Short courses at Te Ara Poutama

Te Ara Poutama, Faculty of Māori and Indigenous Development offers the following short courses in the evening or during the day.

The papers (classes) on offer are:

All of these papers are credit bearing and at a Level 5 or above.  They are all taught on the City Campus. You must have access to a computer and internet facilities to keep up with the classes.

You can enrol in these papers (classes) by applying online under the programme code: AKCOP Certificate of Proficiency. After successful completion of the paper you will receive a Certificate of Proficiency and an academic transcript.

Contact:

For more information about these papers please contact Sonia Mehana on ph: (09) 921 9999 ext 6600 or email smehana@aut.ac.nz

Te Reo Māori for Beginners and Intermediate Level

AUT's Te Reo Māori courses combine cutting edge technology with quality, fun teaching. Broaden your understanding of New Zealand's indigenous language and culture.

The zero fees (nil-tuition fee) only applies to the beginner and intermediate courses. At this level you will develop basic oral communication. The lessons will follow themes which will reinforce grammar and vocabulary.

No prior learning necessary.

Te Reo Māori Advanced Level

For those who are proficient in Te Reo Māori can enrol in Te Mahuri I, Te Mahuri II, Te Kohure I and Te Kohure II. Each paper costs approx $662.50.

MAOR701 Te Mahuri I: Advanced Intermediate I
MAOR702 Te Mahuri II: Advanced Intermediate II
MAOR811 Te Kohure I: Advanced Māori I
MAOR812 Te Kohure II: Advanced Māori II

Introduction to NZ History online

Programme code: AKCOP
Paper code: HIST500
Course fee: $646.88 approx

This paper is designed for anyone who has an interest in New Zealand's history, regardless of their background or prior knowledge of this area. It is delivered entirely online and gives the student the maximum flexibility, and enhanced one-on-one contact with expert lecturers.

Professor Paul Moon is the primary lecturer for this paper. This paper is done entirely online and designed for busy people. You need to have broadband or access to the internet to complete this paper.

Treaty of Waitangi

Programme code: AKCOP
Paper code: HIST690
Course fee: $711.88 approx

This paper covers the critical issues relevant to the Treaty of Waitangi in both its historical and contemporary contexts are explored. Students will be exposed to a range of social and political theories relevant to understanding contemporary Treaty issues.

A particular focus will be the analysis and interpretation of the way in which Treaty can be applied to contemporary social, political and economic initiatives.

Professor Paul Moon is the primary lecturer for this paper. This paper is done entirely online and designed for busy people. You need to have broadband or access to the internet to complete this paper.

More information

Sonia Mehana
Te Ara Poutama Programme Administrator
Phone: (09) 921 9999 ext 6600
Email: smehana@aut.ac.nz

Or

Student Hub
Phone: 0800 AUT UNI (0800 288 864)
Email: studenthub@aut.ac.nz

Last updated: 21-Nov-2016 2.07pm

The information on this page was correct at time of publication. For a comprehensive overview of AUT qualifications, please refer to the Academic Calendar.