Cert - Population Studies as a subject
Looking for a short-term study option? A certificate can help pave your way to future success, and is equivalent to the first year of study of a bachelor's degree. It's a great way to gain an introductory qualification in a field of study.
Learn about Population Studies through the National Institute for Demographic and Economic Analysis at Waikato and gain a solid, research-led understanding of the population issues facing developed and developing countries, with a particular emphasis on the South Pacific.
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Papers available within Population Studies
Prescriptions for the GradCert(PopSt) and GradDip(PopSt)
A Graduate Certificate and Graduate Diploma are available to graduates who have not included Population Studies at an advanced level in their first degree.
For further details, contact the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences Office.
Scholarships and prizes
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Full requirements for Population Studies as a single major, part of a double major, or a minor subject are available in the Catalogue of Papers.
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