Business and Economics (BE) Schedule

Courses in the Business and Economics Schedule are available to students enrolled in these degrees:

BCom | BBIM | BProp | BA/BCom | BCom/BE(Hons) | BCom/BHSc | BCom/BMus | BCom/BProp | BCom/BSc | BCom/LLB | BCom/LLB(Hons) | BE(Hons)/BProp | BProp/BSc | BProp/LLB | BProp/LLB(Hons).

Subject Code Title
Anthropology ANTHRO 104G Peoples and Cultures of the Pacific
Anthropology ANTHRO 105G Questions of Race and Racism
Anthropology ANTHRO 106G* Issues and History in Popular Music
Architectural History, Theory and Criticism ARCHHTC 102G Modern Architecture and Urbanism
Art History ARTHIST 114G Reading Images  
Art History ARTHIST 115G Global Art Histories
Asian Studies ASIAN 140G New Zealand and Asia
Biological Sciences BIOSCI 104G New Zealand Ecology and Conservation
Chemistry   CHEM 100G Molecules that Changed the World
Chemical and Materials Engineering CHEMMAT 100G Materials of the Modern World
Classical Studies
CLASSICS 110G
Classical Mythology through Tragedy
Communications COMMS 104G
Advertising and Society
Dance Studies DANCE 101G Introduction to Dance and Creative Processes
Dance Studies DANCE 200G Dance and Culture
Earth Sciences EARTHSCI 105G Natural Hazards in New Zealand
Earth Sciences EARTHSCI 205G New Zealand – Half a Billion Years on the Edge
Education EDUC 121G How People Learn
Education EDUC 122G Learning Sexualities
Environmental Science ENVSCI 101G Environment, Science and Management
European Studies EUROPEAN 100G Thinking Europe
Exercise Sciences EXERSCI 100G Exercise and Fitness: Myths and Reality
History HISTORY 103G Global History
Law LAW 121G* Law and Society
Linguistics LINGUIST 101G Language, Mind and Society
Music MUS 144G Turning-points in Western Music
Music MUS 149G Rock to Reggae: Tracking Popular Music in New Zealand
Pacific Studies   PACIFIC 100G Introduction to Pacific Studies
Physics PHYSICS 107G Planets, Stars and Galaxies
Planning PLANNING 100G Creative Communities: An Introduction to Planning
Politics and International Relations POLITICS 107G New Zealand Politics
Psychology PSYCH 109G Mind, Brain and Behaviour
Sociology SOCIOL 101G Understanding Aotearoa New Zealand
Sociology SOCIOL 102G Becoming Modern: The Origins and Consequences of Modernity
Sociology SOCIOL 220G Last Call: The Sociology of Death and Dying
Theology THEOREL 106G Islam and the Contemporary World
Youth Work YOUTHWRK 152G Understanding New Zealand Youth

* Please refer to the General Education Regulations, notes (iii) and (iv) in the University Calendar.

Notes

  • You can also choose courses from the Open Schedule.
  • If you are enrolled in a conjoint degree, you can choose from the Open Schedule or from either faculty schedule relevant to your degrees.
  • You may not take a General Education course in a subject in which you have previously passed a course, or are already enrolled or intend to enrol.