Citizenship of Aotearoa New Zealand
Learn about the history, society and culture of Aotearoa New Zealand to become a more informed citizen and contribute to New Zealand society.
The knowledge and skills you will develop
You will acquire an understanding of New Zealand history, politics and society. This foundational knowledge about our nation will enable you to engage and participate as an informed and engaged citizen of Aotearoa New Zealand.
This module also gives you an opportunity to develop an informed awareness of the Treaty of Waitangi and its place in New Zealand’s history, politics and society.
How this module can be useful in your career
You will be equipped with knowledge and awareness of social, cultural, environmental and economic issues of national consequence.
This understanding would benefit a range of careers in local and national government, communities, charitable organisations, companies or organisations that engage with iwi, as well as the wider public sector.
The courses you can take
You must complete three of the courses listed below (45 points), including at least one course (15 points) at Stage II.
Each course is worth 15 points. Before you can enrol in a Stage II course you need to have passed the prerequisite courses for enrolment in that course.
Stage I courses
Rethinking New Zealand History
New Zealand Politics
Understanding Aotearoa New Zealand
Stage II courses
Democracy in Theory and Practice
Mana Maori Motuhake / Maori Politics and Public Policy
Waitangi: Treaty to Tribunal
Te Tiriti o Waitangi