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A module is an optional grouping of three courses on a particular theme designed to complement the skills you will develop through your Bachelor of Arts.
Go beyond your majors with skills-based modules that further enhance your Bachelor of Arts.
Citizenship of Aotearoa New Zealand
Acquire an understanding of New Zealand history, politics and society.
Coding and Logic
Learn basic skills in logical reasoning and simple computer programming.
Community Service in Youth Development
Work directly with a young person as a youth mentor and develop your understanding of youth theory and research.
Hone your critical thinking and problem-solving abilities and gain crucial workplace leadership skills.
Innovation and Entrepreneurship
Understand the process of identifying and creating opportunities for new approaches, products and enterprises to deliver creative solutions and meet user needs.
Language Teaching and Learning
Gain insights into language teaching and learning that will open up new perspectives and career possibilities in this dynamic field.
Māori, Pacific and Indigenous Knowledges
Deepen your insight into Māori, Pacific and Indigenous worldviews.
Boost your employability and cultural awareness by developing a competency in a second language.
Enhance your leadership skills and grow your knowledge of the public sector.
Science in Society
Acquire critical skills and understanding in communication, innovation and engagement so you can contribute meaningfully to addressing societal issues.
Spatial Information and Analysis
This module examines spatial data collection and methods used to capture, process and visualise this geographic information.
Studies in Urban Wellbeing
Gain an overview of some of the most important issues of urban life today, such as population, sustainability and wellbeing.
Develop your understanding of one of the issues of our time: sustainability.
Teaching in Society
Develop an understanding of teaching that goes beyond classrooms to spaces such as museums and galleries, libraries, virtual worlds and the street.
Visual Literacy: Researching Images
Learn how to critically analyse a range of visual media and articulate ideas effectively.
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