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Summer School 2022/2023

Make your summer a productive one and fast-track your degree.

Further papers could be added to the summer school offering and will be added to the list below when they become available.

Arts & Languages

NameCodeLocationSemester
Arts and Cultural Festivals ARTSW300 Hamilton C
Choreographing Dance DANCE201 Hamilton G
Shakespeare's Worlds ENGLI202 Hamilton C
International Languages and Cultures INTLC101 Online G
Language of Social Media LINGS204 Online G
Contemporary Television MEDIA300 Online H
Game, Play and Society MEDIA309 Online G
Special Topic: Inspiring Work WRITE203 Hamilton G

Business & Management

NameCodeLocationSemester
Introduction to Finance FINAN101 Hamilton H
Women and Management HRMGT300 Hamilton G
Introduction to Leadership Communication LCOMM101 Online G
Fundamentals of Successful Marketing MRKTG101 Hamilton G
Fundamentals of Operations and Project Management PRMGT200 Online G
Business Operations in Project Management PRMGT300 Online C
Fundamentals of Project Management PRMGT301 Online C
Project Management in Practice PRMGT302 Online C
Business Ecosystems STMGT306 Online G

Science & Computing

NameCodeLocationSemester
Structure and Spectroscopy CHEMY101 Hamilton C
Object-Oriented Programming COMPX102 Hamilton H
Applied Computing Tools 1 COMPX251 Hamilton H
Applied Computing Tools 2 COMPX252 Hamilton H
Engineering Computing ENGEN103 Hamilton G
Science Communication SCIEN300 Hamilton G
Science and Matauranga Māori SCIEN305 Hamilton C
Science and Matauranga Māori SCIEN305 Tauranga C

Education

NameCodeLocationSemester
Visual Art in Educational Contexts EDART202 Hamilton H
Drama in Educational Contexts EDART204 Tauranga G
Adolescent Development HMDEV201 Tauranga G

Māori & Indigenous

NameCodeLocationSemester
Māori and Treaty History in Professional Practice HISTY235 Hamilton G
He Hīnatore ki te Ao Māori: Introducing the Māori World MAORI102 Online G
Working with Indigenous Communities MAORI300 Hamilton C
Te Reo Māori: Advanced 2 MAORI312 Tauranga X
Te Reo Māori: Advanced 3 MAORI313 Hamilton G
Te Reo Māori: Advanced 3 MAORI313 Tauranga G

Social Sciences & Psychology

NameCodeLocationSemester
Critical Thinking PHILO103 Online G
Environmental Ethics PHILO217 Online H
Ethics at Work PHILO218 Online G
Environmental Ethics PHILO317 Online H
Ethics at Work PHILO318 Online G
Psychology Goes to the Movies: What Blockbuster Films Get Right and Wrong About the Science of Human Behaviour PSYCH110 Online G
Current Issues in Crime Control and Social Justice SOCIO311 Online G

Online

NameCodeLocationSemester
Game, Play and Society MEDIA309 Online G
Introduction to Leadership Communication LCOMM101 Online G
Fundamentals of Operations and Project Management PRMGT200 Online G
Business Operations in Project Management PRMGT300 Online C
Fundamentals of Project Management PRMGT301 Online C
Project Management in Practice PRMGT302 Online C
Business Ecosystems STMGT306 Online G
He Hīnatore ki te Ao Māori: Introducing the Māori World MAORI102 Online G
Critical Thinking PHILO103 Online G
Environmental Ethics PHILO217 Online H
Ethics at Work PHILO218 Online G
Environmental Ethics PHILO317 Online H
Ethics at Work PHILO318 Online G
Psychology Goes to the Movies: What Blockbuster Films Get Right and Wrong About the Science of Human Behaviour PSYCH110 Online G
Current Issues in Crime Control and Social Justice SOCIO311 Online G

Other papers not listed above

In addition to the papers listed above, the University of Waikato offers a wide selection of papers over Summer, starting from introductory level (100 Level) up to postgraduate level (500 Level),

However, you may not be able to enrol in some papers unless you have already completed one or more prerequisite papers first, or if you are a returning student enrolled in a specific qualification. Please check this information before you apply to enrol.

Follow these links if you’d like to see the full list of Summer School papers being offered in November/December (G Teaching Period 2022), November to February (C Trimester) and January/February (H Teaching Period ).