Postgraduate study in Language and Culture
Latest NZ findings show greatest online privacy concerns focused on corporates not government
More New Zealanders are worried about companies checking on their personal online activity than about government keeping tabs on their online movements. The finding comes from the latest World Internet Project New Zealand survey, which is carried out every two years by AUT researchers at the Institute of Culture, Discourse & Communication.
The results also show how kiwis use the internet, and who uses it most – and least. Not everyone is accessing information online or reaping the benefits of the internet.
Postgraduate courses in the School of Language and Culture help students to gain an advanced knowledge of their field of interest.
Graduates will further develop their research capabilities and expand their professional and academic knowledge. Learn about postgraduate supervision in the School of Language and Culture.
- Doctor of Philosophy
- Master of Philosophy
- Master of Arts Overview
- Master of Arts - Applied Language Studies
- Master of Adult Literacy and Numeracy Education
- Master of Creative Writing
- Master of Professional Language Studies - Language Teaching
- Bachelor of Arts (Honours)
- Bachelor of Arts (Honours) — Applied Language Studies
- Postgraduate Diploma in Arts
- Postgraduate Certificate in Arts
Last updated: 29-Apr-2016 2.29pm
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