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1 SECONDARY SCHOOLS CAREER ADVISOR GUIDE 2016 i

2 changes alert The following is a list of changes since the 2015 study guides. More details can be found on page 52. While this information is correct at the time of publication (December 2014), programme details may change over the year so please also refer to We will also let you know of changes through AUTe and the career advisors website career-advisors. New majors, pathways and double degrees Arts new Education major has been introduced Health Science new Case Management major, new Health Administration major, new Managing Care of the Older Person major have all been introduced Science new Biomedical Science pathway and new Applied Conservation major have been introduced and Geospatial Science (previously Geospatial Planning pathway) has been introduced as a new major Business and Design new double degree WELCOME We are pleased to deliver our annual update of the Career Advisor Guide for The guide is designed to provide an accessible summary of AUTs undergraduate programmes. An electronic version of this guide can also be found on the career advisors section of our website, alongside the prospectus, study guides, course planners and archived AUTe issues. Please don t hesitate to get in touch with your relationship manager for clarification or more detail regarding any of the information in this guide. The information is correct as of December For the most up-to-date programme information please refer to Warm regards Student Recruitment Changes to Certificate in Introduction to Early Childhood Education IELTS have changed Certificate in [Specialty] Education IELTS have changed Communication Studies selection criteria have changed Application deadlines have changed for the Certificate in Hospitality and Tourism, Diploma in Culinary Arts, Design and Visual Arts Programmes no longer offered Certificate in Applied Mental Health not offered from 2016 Diploma in Mental Health Support Work not open to new enrolments from 2016 Business and Communication Studies conjoint degree mid-year intake removed Other changes The study area of Teacher Education has been re-named Education.

3 CONTENTS subject listing...2 art and design... 3 Design... 4 Visual Arts... 4 business... 5 Business... 6 colab: creative technologies... 7 Creative Technologies... 8 communications... 9 Communication Studies computer and mathematical sciences Computer and Information Sciences Mathematical Sciences Science education Arts Education ([Specialty] Teaching) Pasifika Education (Early Childhood Teaching) engineering Engineering (Honours) Engineering Technology...19 health sciences Health Science Health Science (Midwifery) Health Science (Nursing) Health Science (Occupational Therapy)...22 Health Science (Oral Health) Health Science (Physiotherapy) Health Science (Podiatry) hospitality and tourism International Hospitality Management International Tourism Management Arts language and culture Arts law Laws māori development Māori Development Arts sciences Science Medical Laboratory Science social sciences and public policy Arts sport and recreation Sport and Recreation conjoint programmes Arts & Business Arts & Computer and Information Sciences Business & Communication Studies Business & Computer and Information Sciences Business & Health Science Business & International Hospitality Management Business & Science Business & Sport and Recreation Computer and Information Sciences & Science university entrance aut language rich subject list foundation studies pathways english language application process changes to aut qualifications RANK SCORES...53 This booklet is printed on paper which is certified by the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC). It is manufactured using mixed source pulp from well managed and legally harvested forests. The inks are 100 percent vegetable oil based and the printer is FSC certified. Disclaimer Although every reasonable effort is made to ensure accuracy, the information in this document is provided as a general guide only for students and is subject to alteration. Because of programme curriculum development, the degrees covered in this publication may occasionally be amended or changed. The most up-todate programme information can be found at All students enrolling at AUT University should consult its official document, the AUT University Calendar, which is available online at to ensure that they are aware of, and comply with, all regulations, and policies. The information contained in this publication was correct at time of print, December

4 SUBJECT LISTING Accommodation...26 Accounting...6 Advertising...6, 10 Analytics...12, 13 Applied Conservation Applied Mathematics...12, 13 Applied Sciences... 37, 38 Art...4 Astronomy...12, 13 Biomedical Science Business...6 Business Information Systems...6 Business Management...26 Case Management...21 Chemistry Chinese...29 Coaching...42 Communication Design (formerly Graphic Design)...4 Communication Studies Computer and Information Sciences (Analytics, Computational Intelligence, Computer Science, IT Service Science, Networks and Security, Software Development)...12 Computer Science...12, 13 Conflict Resolution...40 Counselling...21 Creative Industries Creative Technologies...8 Creative Writing...29 Criminology...40 Culinary Arts...26, 27 Deaf Studies...29 Design...4, 6 Digital Design...4 Digital Media Economics...6 Education (Early Childhood, Primary, Montessori, Pasifika, Steiner)... 15, 16 Engineering (Architectural, Construction, Electrical and Electronic, Maritime Engineering, Mechanical)...18 Engineering Technology (Computer and Mobile Systems, Electrical, Electronic, Mechanical, Network and Communication)...19 English and New Media Studies...29 English Language...30, 31 Entrepreneurship and Innovation...6 Environmental Sciences Environmental Studies...26 Event Management...26 Exercise Science...42 Fashion Design...4 Finance...6 Fine Arts...4 Food and Beverage...26 Food Science Geospatial Science Health Administration...21 Health and Physical Education...42 Health Promotion...21 Health Protection Health Sciences...21 Hospitality and Tourism...26, 27 Human Resource Management and Employment Relations... 6, 26 International Business...6 International Hospitality Management...26 International Studies...29 Interpreting...29 Japanese... 29, 30 Journalism Languages...29, 30, 31 Law...33 Management...6, 42 Managing Care of the Older Person Māori Development...35 Māori Media...35 Marine Biology Marketing... 6, 26 Mathematics...12, 13 Medical Laboratory Science Microbiology Midwifery...21 New Zealand Sign Language...29 Nursing...22 Occupational Therapy...22 Oral Health...23 Outdoor Education...42 Paramedicine...21 Physical Activity and Nutrition...42 Physiotherapy...23 Podiatry Product Design...4 Psychology...21, 40 Public Relations Radio Retailing...6 Sales...6 Science... 13, 19, 37, 38 Sign Language...29 Social Sciences...26, 40 Spatial Design...4 Sport and Exercise Science...42 Sport and Recreation...42, 43 Statistics...12, 13 Sustainable Enterprise...6 Teacher Education (Early Childhood, Primary, Montessori, Pasifika, Steiner)... 15, 16 Television and Screen Production Te Reo Māori...35 Textile Design...4 Tourism...26 Translation...29 Visual Arts

5 art and design qualifications and study pathways undergraduate postgraduate level 5 level 6 level 7 level 8 level 9 level 10 Design Visual Arts Double degree: Design & Business Art and Design (Honours) Diploma in Art and Design Diploma in Performance and Media Arts Art and Design Performance and Media Arts Philosophy Design Arts Management Doctor of Philosophy Please note: 1) Completion of one qualification does not guarantee entry to a higher level qualification. 2) Students are encouraged to apply for the qualification for which they are best suited and are not necessarily required to enrol in the qualification that appears at the left of the above diagram. 3) Some qualifications in the above study pathways diagram may be prerequisites to and not credit towards higher level qualifications. 4) The academic year is from February to November. For further information, contact the AUT Student Centre on 0800 AUT UNI ( ) or visit the career advisors web section 3

6 ART AND DESIGN bachelor of design Code AK3619 AK3352 Level 7 7 bachelor of visual arts Points 360 (300 points from your major and 60 from your chosen minor) 360 (including 60 points from your chosen minor) Major(s) Communication Design (formerly Graphic Design) Digital Design Fashion Design Product Design Spatial Design Textile Design Duration 3 years full-time only 3 years full-time only Venue City Campus (all majors) and South Campus (Communication Design major City Campus only) Start date 29 February February 2016 Minimum entry University Entrance (NCEA, CIE or IB) or equivalent Portfolio of artwork* University Entrance (NCEA, CIE or IB) or equivalent Portfolio of artwork* Selection criteria Interview may be required Interview may be required English language Please refer to page 49 Please refer to page 49 Preferred school subjects Digital Design: Classical Studies, Design and Visual Communication, Design (Practical Art), Digital Technologies, English, Geography, History, History of Art, Mathematics, Media Studies, Photography (Practical Art), Physics Product Design: Classical Studies, Design and Visual Communication, Design (Practical Art), English, Geography, History, History of Art, Media Studies, Physics Communication Design, Fashion Design, Spatial Design, Textile Design: Classical Studies, Design and Visual Communication (for Spatial Design only), Design (Practical Art), English, Geography, History, History of Art, Media Studies Classical Studies, English, History of Art, Media Studies, Painting (Practical Art), Photography (Practical Art), Printmaking (Practical Art), Sculpture (Practical Art) 4 * For information regarding portfolio guidelines visit

7 business qualifications and study pathways pre-degree undergraduate postgraduate level 4 level 5/6 level 7 level 8 level 9 level 10 Certificate in Business Business Conjoint programmes Business and: Arts Communication Studies Computer and Information Sciences Health Science* International Hospitality Management Science Sport and Recreation Double degrees: Business and any other bachelor s degree at AUT Business (Honours) Diploma/ Certificate in Business Diploma/ Certificate in Business Administration Diploma/ Certificate in Professional Accounting Diploma in Applied Finance Diploma in Global Business Diploma in Marketing Certificate in Business Studies Applied Finance Business Business Administration Global Business Marketing Professional Accounting Philosophy Doctor of Philosophy Graduate Certificate in Business Graduate Diploma in Business * Only available for Health Science students majoring in Psychology. Please note: 1) Completion of one qualification does not guarantee entry to a higher level qualification. 2) Students are encouraged to apply for the qualification for which they are best suited and are not necessarily required to enrol in the qualification that appears at the left of the above diagram. 3) Some qualifications in the above diagram may be prerequisites to and not credit towards higher level qualifications. 4) The academic year is from February to November. For further information, contact the AUT Student Centre on 0800 AUT UNI ( ) or visit the career advisors web section 5

8 BUSINESS bachelor of business Code AK3693 AK4740 Level 7 4 Points certificate in business Major(s) Accounting Advertising Business Information Systems Design Economics Entrepreneurship and Innovation Finance Human Resource Management and Employment Relations International Business Management Marketing Retailing Sales Sustainable Enterprise Duration 3 years full-time/equivalent part-time 1 / 2 year full-time only Venue City Campus and South Campus* City Campus Start date 29 February and 18 July February and 18 July 2016 Minimum entry University Entrance (NCEA, CIE or IB) or equivalent Completion of Year 13 or equivalent Selection criteria Preference will be given to applicants who have at least 50 NCEA level 3 credits and have met the literacy and numeracy for University Entrance or equivalent. English language Please refer to page 49 Please refer to page 49 Preferred school subjects All approved NCEA level 2 and 3 language rich subjects, Business Studies, Mathematics and Statistics subjects are useful 6 * Accounting, Design, Management or Marketing majors: You can complete your entire Business degree at the South Campus. Advertising, Business Information Systems, Human Resource Management and Employment Relations, International Business, Retailing or Sales majors: You can complete Year 1 at the South Campus. The rest of your degree will need to be completed at the City Campus. Economics, Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Finance or Sustainable Enterprise majors: You can complete your first semester at the South Campus. The rest of your degree will need to be completed at the City Campus.

9 colab: creative technologies qualifications and study pathways pre-degree undergraduate postgraduate level 4 level 5 level 6 level 7 level 8 level 9 level 10 Certificate in Science and Technology Certificate in Communication Studies Certificate in Applied Science Bachelor of Creative Technologies Creative Technologies Philosophy Doctor of Philosophy Please note: 1) Completion of one qualification does not guarantee entry to a higher level qualification. 2) Students are encouraged to apply for the qualification for which they are best suited and are not necessarily required to enrol in the qualification that appears at the left of the above diagram. 3) Some qualifications in the above diagram may be prerequisites to and not credit towards higher level qualifications. 4) The academic year is from February to November. For further information, contact the AUT Student Centre on 0800 AUT UNI ( ) or visit the career advisors web section 5 7

10 colab: creative technologies bachelor of CREATIVE TECHNOLOGIES Code AK1305 Level 7 Points 360 Duration 3 years full-time only Venue City Campus Start date 29 February 2016 Application deadline 19 September 2015 Minimum entry University Entrance (NCEA, CIE or IB) or equivalent Selection criteria Interview may be required Evidence of creative ability such as a portfolio of artwork* English language Please refer to page 49 Preferred school subjects Design (Practical Art), Design and Visual Communication, Digital Technologies, Technology, Processing Technologies, Construction and Mechanical Technologies, Drama, Music, Mathematics, Science, Statistics, Calculus 8 * For information regarding portfolio guidelines and the admissions process, please visit

11 communications qualifications and study pathways pre-degree undergraduate postgraduate level 4 level 5 level 6 level 7 level 8 level 9 level 10 Certificate in Communication Studies Communication Studies Conjoint programme: Business & Communication Studies Communication Studies (Honours) Diploma in Communication Studies Certificate in Communication Studies Communication Studies Philosophy Doctor of Philosophy Graduate Diploma in Advertising Creativity Graduate Diploma in Pacific Journalism Double degree: Communication Studies & Laws Please note: 1) Completion of one qualification does not guarantee entry to a higher level qualification. 2) Students are encouraged to apply for the qualification for which they are best suited and are not necessarily required to enrol in the qualification that appears at the left of the above diagram. 3) Some qualifications in the above diagram may be prerequisites to and not credit towards higher level qualifications. 4) The academic year is from February to November. For further information, contact the AUT Student Centre on 0800 AUT UNI ( ) or visit the career advisors web section 9

12 communications bachelor of communication studies Code AK3303 AK3477 Level 7 4 Points Major(s) Advertising Creativity Creative Industries Digital Media Journalism Public Relations Radio Television and Screen Production Duration 3 years full-time only 1 year full-time only Venue City Campus City Campus Start date 29 February February 2016 Application deadline 30 September October 2015 Minimum entry Selection criteria English language Preferred school subjects certificate in communication studies University Entrance (NCEA, CIE or IB) or equivalent Completion of Year 12 NCEA: 48 level 2 credits or higher, plus eight level 1 credits in at least one subject from: Classical Studies, Drama, English, Geography, Health Education, History, History of Art, Media Studies, Social Studies CIE: 60 points on the UCAS Tariff Preferred entry: Preference will be given to applicants who have completed Interview Year 13 with: CV NCEA: A rank score of 180 or higher, with 14 credits in each of two subjects Reference from: Classical Studies, Drama, English, Geography, Health Education, History, History of Art, Media Studies, Social Studies. Letter of application CIE: A rank score of 150 or higher including a minimum AS level grade of C School report in at least one of the subjects listed above, or equivalent. IB: A minimum of 28 points including a minimum grade 5 in one of the subjects listed above, or equivalent. Other documentation may be requested. Applicants who do not meet the preferred selection criteria above will be considered on a case-by-case basis where places are available. Please refer to page 49 Please refer to page 49 Language rich subjects are useful see page 47 Please refer to page 47 10

13 computer and mathematical sciences qualifications and study pathways pre-degree undergraduate postgraduate level 4 level 5 level 6 level 7 level 8 level 9 level 10 Certificate in Science and Technology Computer and Information Sciences Science Mathematical Sciences Conjoint programmes: Arts & Computer and Information Sciences Business & Computer and Information Sciences Computer and Information Sciences & Science Graduate Certificate/Graduate Diploma in Science Graduate Certificate/Graduate Diploma in Mathematical Sciences Graduate Certificate/Graduate Diploma in Computer and Information Sciences Computer and Information Sciences (Honours) Science (Honours) Certificate/ Diploma in Computer and Information Sciences Certificate/ Diploma in Science Analytics Service-Oriented Computing Health Informatics Philosophy Computer and Information Sciences Science Information Security and Digital Forensics Doctor of Philosophy Please note: 1) Completion of one qualification does not guarantee entry to a higher level qualification. 2) Students are encouraged to apply for the qualification for which they are best suited and are not necessarily required to enrol in the qualification that appears at the left of the above diagram. 3) Some qualifications in the above diagram may be prerequisites to and not credit towards higher level qualifications. 4) The academic year is from February to November. For further information, contact the AUT Student Centre on 0800 AUT UNI ( ) or visit the career advisors web section 11

14 computer and mathematical sciences bachelor of computer and information sciences Code AK3697 ak1271 Level 7 7 Points Major(s) Analytics Computational Intelligence Computer Science IT Service Science Networks and Security Software Development bachelor of mathematical sciences Analytics Applied Mathematics Astronomy Computer Science Duration 3 years full-time/6 years part-time 3 years full-time/6 years part-time Venue City Campus and South Campus* City Campus Start date 29 February and 18 July February and 18 July 2016 Minimum entry University Entrance (NCEA, CIE or IB) or equivalent. Guaranteed entry: Applicants will automatically be offered a place in this programme if they have a rank score of 150 or higher, and have one or more subjects from: Calculus, Mathematics, Statistics. All other applicants who have met University Entrance will be considered on a case-by-case basis. University Entrance (NCEA, CIE or IB) or equivalent Selection criteria English language Preferred school subjects Preference will be given to applicants with one or more subjects from: Calculus, Mathematics, Statistics. All other applicants will be considered on a case-by-case basis. Students who do not have the above background may be directed to take certain papers in their first year of study. Interview may be required. Please refer to page 49 Please refer to page 49 Calculus, Digital Technologies, Mathematics, Statistics Preference will be given to applicants with one or more level 3 subjects from: Calculus, Mathematics, Statistics Students who do not have the above background may be directed to take certain papers in their first year of study. Interview may be required. Calculus, Mathematics, Physics, Statistics 12 * IT Service Science, Networks and Security, Software Development: Students can study the full degree at the South Campus. Other majors: First-year papers available at the South Campus.

15 COMPUTER AND MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES bachelor of science Code AK1041 AK1311 Level 7 4 Points certificate in science and technology Major(s) Analytics Applied Mathematics Astronomy Computer Science Duration 3 years full-time/6 years part-time 1 year full-time only Venue City Campus City Campus and South Campus Start date 29 February and 18 July February and 18 July 2016 Minimum entry Selection criteria English language Preferred school subjects University Entrance (NCEA, CIE or IB) or equivalent Completion of Year 12 NCEA: 48 level 2 credits or higher, plus eight level 1 credits or higher in at least one subject from: Classical Studies, Drama, English, Geography, Health Education, History, History of Art, Media Studies, Sciences, Social Studies CIE: 60 points on the UCAS Tariff Preference will be given to applicants with one or more level 3 subjects from: Calculus, Mathematics, Statistics Students who do not have the above background may be directed to take certain papers in their first year of study. Interview may be required. Please refer to page 49 Please refer to page 49 Calculus, Mathematics, Physics, Statistics The course of study of every applicant is subject to the approval of the programme leader. Preference will be given to applicants with 12 NCEA credits at level 2 in Mathematics, and eight credits at level 2 or higher in at least one language rich subject. 13

16 education qualifications and study pathways pre-degree undergraduate postgraduate level 4 level 5 level 7 level 8 level 9 level 10 Certificate in Introduction to Early Childhood Education* Certificate in [Specialty] Education Arts Education ([Specialty] Teaching) Early Childhood, Primary, Montessori, Steiner, Pasifika Pasifika Education (Early Childhood Teaching) Arts (Honours) Diploma/ Certificate in Education Educational Leadership Education Doctor of Philosophy Doctor of Education * Only students who have completed Year 13 can progress from the Certificate in Introduction to Early Childhood Education to the Pasifika Education (Early Childhood Teaching). ** The Graduate Diploma in [Specialty] Teaching does not lead to teaching registration. A bachelor s degree or related professional qualification and/ or experience A bachelor s degree (in two subject areas of teaching for secondary) or related professional qualification Please note: 1) Completion of one qualification does not guarantee entry to a higher level qualification. 2) Students are encouraged to apply for the qualification for which they are best suited and are not necessarily required to enrol in the qualification that appears at the left of the above diagram. 3) Some qualifications in the above study pathways diagram may be prerequisites to and not credit towards higher level qualifications. 4) The academic year is from February to November. Graduate Diploma in [Specialty] Education** (Early Childhood, Primary, Montessori, Steiner, Pasifika) Graduate Diploma in Secondary Teaching Graduate Diploma in Tertiary Teaching (incorporating the Certificate in Tertiary Teaching) Certificate in Educational Leadership Career Development Teaching and Learning (Primary) For further information, contact the AUT Student Centre on 0800 AUT UNI ( ) or visit the career advisors web section 14

17 education bachelor of arts bachelor of education ([specialty] teaching) bachelor of pasifika education (early childhood teaching) Code AK3704 AK3594 AK1003 Level Points Major(s)/ Specialisations Education Early Childhood Teaching Montessori Early Childhood Teaching Steiner Early Childhood Teaching Pasifika Early Childhood Teaching Primary Teaching Montessori Primary Teaching Steiner Primary Teaching Pasifika Primary Teaching Duration 3 years full-time/equivalent part-time 3 years full-time/6 years part-time 3 years full-time/6 years part-time Venue North Shore Campus North Shore Campus South Campus Start date 29 February February February 2016 Minimum entry Selection criteria English language Preferred school subjects University Entrance (NCEA, CIE or IB) or equivalent University Entrance (NCEA, CIE or IB) or equivalent Police clearance Referee reports Personal Declaration Must meet New Zealand Teachers Council Applicants must be at least 17 years of age Interview Numeracy and literacy competency assessment CV Experience working with young children Please refer to page 49 IELTS (academic) 7.0 overall with all bands 7.0 or higher All subjects are useful, in particular Classical Studies, English, Geography, History, History of Art, Media Studies and other languages Language rich subjects from AUT s subject list, art and design subjects, languages, mathematics subjects, Dance, Digital Technologies, Drama, Health Education, Physical Education University Entrance (NCEA, CIE or IB) or equivalent Police clearance Referee reports Personal Declaration Must meet New Zealand Teachers Council Interview Numeracy and literacy competency assessment IELTS (academic) 7.0 overall with all bands 7.0 or higher All subjects are useful, particularly language rich subjects 15

18 education certificate in [specialty] education certificate in introduction to early childhood education Code AK1275 AK1030 Level 5 4 Points Specialisations Early Childhood Primary Early Childhood Pasifika Duration 1 year full-time/2 years part-time 1 / 2 year full-time only Venue North Shore Campus and South Campus* North Shore Campus Start date 29 February July 2016 Minimum entry University Entrance (NCEA, CIE or IB) or equivalent Police clearance Two referee reports Police clearance and two referee reports Evidence of suitability to undertake the programme Applicants must be at least 17 years of age Applicants must be at least 17 years of age Selection criteria Interview Reference CV Experience working with young children Personal Declaration Form Interview and CV Personal Declaration Form English language IELTS (academic) 6.5 or higher overall with 6.5 in all bands IELTS (academic) 6.5 overall or higher with 6.5 in all bands (this only refers to international students who are not applying through NCEA or equivalent) 16 * Only the Early Childhood Pasifika specialty is available at South Campus

19 engineering qualifications and study pathways pre-degree undergraduate postgraduate level 4 level 5 level 6 level 7 level 8 level 9 level 10 Certificate in Science and Technology Engineering Technology Diploma in Engineering Engineering Philosophy Doctor of Philosophy Engineering (Honours) Engineering Studies Construction Management Engineering Project Management Please note: 1) Completion of one qualification does not guarantee entry to a higher level qualification. 2) Students are encouraged to apply for the qualification for which they are best suited and are not necessarily required to enrol in the qualification that appears at the left of the above diagram. 3) Some qualifications in the above diagram may be prerequisites to and not credit towards higher level qualifications. 4) The academic year is from February to November. For further information, contact the AUT Student Centre on 0800 AUT UNI ( ) or visit the career advisors web section 17

20 engineering bachelor of engineering (honours) bachelor of engineering (honours) maritime engineering* Code AK3751 AK3751 Level 8 8 Points Major(s) Architectural Engineering Construction Engineering Electrical and Electronic Engineering Mechanical Engineering Marine and Offshore Engineering** Naval Architecture** Ocean Engineering** Duration 4 years full-time only 4 years full-time only Venue City Campus City Campus (students study the first two years at AUT, and the last two years at AMC, UTAS Tasmania) Start date 29 February and 18 July February 2016*** Minimum entry University Entrance (NCEA, CIE or IB) or equivalent. University Entrance (NCEA, CIE or IB) or equivalent. Calculus and Physics. For applicants with CIE, one of these subjects may be at AS level. Guaranteed entry: Applicants will automatically be offered a place in this programme if they have a rank score of 250 or higher, along with 18 NCEA level 3 credits in each of Calculus and Physics or CIE A levels in Mathematics and Physics. All other applicants who have met the admission will be considered on a case-by-case basis. Calculus and Physics. For applicants with CIE, one of these subjects may be at AS level. Guaranteed entry: Applicants will automatically be offered a place in this programme if they have a rank score of 250 or higher, along with 18 NCEA level 3 credits in each of Calculus and Physics or CIE A levels in Mathematics and Physics. All other applicants who have met the admission will be considered on a case-by-case basis. Selection criteria Interview may be required Interview may be required English language Please refer to page 49 Please refer to page 49 Preferred school subjects Calculus, Digital Technologies, English and Physics Calculus, Chemistry, Digital Technologies, English and Physics 18 * To study the maritime engineering majors (Marine and Offshore Engineering, Naval Architecture, Ocean Engineering), students enrol in AUT s Engineering (Honours) and study the first two years at AUT, before moving to Australian Maritime College (AMC), University of Tasmania (UTAS) in Launceston, Tasmania for their final two years. Once students have completed all four years, students will be awarded a Engineering by UTAS and AUT. ** Maritime majors are only open to New Zealand citizens. *** Maritime engineering students can only start in Semester 1 because of the transfer to AMC in Years 3 and 4.

21 engineering bachelor of engineering technology Code AK3719 AK1311 Level 7 4 Points certificate in science and technology Major(s) Computer and Mobile Systems Engineering Electrical Engineering Electronic Engineering Mechanical Engineering Network and Communication Engineering Duration 3 years full-time only 1 year full-time only Venue City Campus City Campus and South Campus (February intake only) Start date 29 February and 18 July February and 18 July 2016 Minimum entry University Entrance (NCEA, CIE or IB) or equivalent Any subject from: Calculus, Mathematics, Statistics. Physics at level 2 or above Completion of Year 12 NCEA: 48 level 2 credits or higher, plus eight level 1 credits or higher in at least one subject from: Classical Studies, Drama, English, Geography, Health Education, History, History of Art, Media Studies, Social Studies CIE: 60 points on the UCAS Tariff Selection criteria Interview may be required The course of study of every applicant is subject to the approval of the programme leader. Preference will be given to applicants with: NCEA: 12 credits at level 2 or higher in Mathematics, and; eight credits at level 2 or higher in at least one language rich subject. Interview and test may be required English language Please refer to page 49 Please refer to page 49 Preferred school subjects Digital Technologies, English, Mathematics, Technology and Physics. 19

22 health sciences qualifications and study pathways pre-degree undergraduate postgraduate level 4 level 6 level 7 level 8 level 9 level 10 Health Science standard pathway or majoring in: Case Management Counselling Health Administration Health Promotion Managing Care of the Older Person Midwifery Nursing Occupational Therapy Oral Health Paramedicine Psychology Physiotherapy Podiatry * Only available for Health Science students majoring in Psychology Graduate Certificate/ Graduate Diploma in Health Science Graduate Certificate in Emergency Management Conjoint programme: Business & Health Science* Health Science (Honours) Certificate/ Diploma in Health Science Certificate/ Diploma in Public Health Certificate/ Diploma in Emergency Management Certificate in Advanced Nursing Practice Diploma in Clinical Child & Adolescent Psychotherapy Health Science Health Practice Public Health Emergency Management Philosophy Psychotherapy Diploma in Counselling Psychology Doctor of Philosophy Doctor of Health Science Please note: 1) Completion of one qualification does not guarantee entry to a higher level qualification. 2) Students are encouraged to apply for the qualification for which they are best suited and are not necessarily required to enrol in the qualification that appears at the left of the above diagram. 3) Some qualifications in the above study pathways diagram may be prerequisites to and not credit towards higher level qualifications. 4) The academic year is from February to November. For further information, contact the AUT Student Centre on 0800 AUT UNI ( ) or visit the career advisors web section 20

23 health sciences bachelor of health science Code AK3680 AK1035 Level 7 7 Points bachelor of health science (midwifery) Major(s) Case Management Managing Care of the Older Person Counselling Paramedicine Health Administration Psychology Health Promotion You can also complete the degree without a major (standard pathway) Duration 3 years full-time/6 years part-time is available for the BHSc standard 3 years full-time only (3 semesters per year***) pathway, Case Management, Counselling, Health Administration, Health Promotion, Managing Care of the Older Person and Psychology Venue North Shore Campus and South Campus* South Campus Distance learning: Northland, Taranaki and North Shore Campus (through a live online platform and local classes) Start date 29 February and 18 July 2016** 29 February 2016 Minimum entry University Entrance (NCEA, CIE or IB) or equivalent University Entrance (NCEA, CIE or IB) or equivalent Selection criteria English language Must be capable of meeting Health Practitioners Competence Assurance Act (HPCA Act) Must be capable of meeting Health Practitioners Competence Assurance Act (HPCA Act) Police clearance Applicants with two or more years of secondary and/or tertiary education outside New Zealand must meet IELTS and will be interviewed Police clearance Applicants for whom English or Te Reo Māori is not their first language must meet IELTS Satisfactory references will be required Counselling: Interview will be required Preference will be given to applicants with the highest rank scores and/or Paramedicine: One subject from Classical Studies, Drama, English, evidence of accomplishments in the relevant field. Geography, Health Education, History, History of Art, Media Studies, Social Interview may be required Studies and one subject from Biology, Chemistry, Earth and Space Science, One subject from: Classical Studies, Drama, English, Geography, Health Mathematics, Physics, Science or Calculus, Statistics. Education, History, History of Art, Media Studies, Social Studies or Te Reo Preference will be given to applicants with the highest level of academic Māori or Te Reo Rangatira and one subject from Biology, Chemistry, Earth and achievement and/or evidence of accomplishments in the relevant field. Space Science, Physics, Science. Please refer to page 49 Please refer to page 49 * Counselling, Midwifery and Paramedicine are taught at the South Campus. Health Promotion and the standard pathway are offered both at the North Shore and the South Campus. All other majors are based at the North Shore Campus. ** Nursing and Paramedicine have a Semester 2 intake. Other Health science majors and degrees may also be available for Semester 2 enrolment. Contact us for more details. *** This 480-point curriculum will normally be offered full-time over three years (including Summer School) with options for a period of up to four years. 21

24 health sciences bachelor of health science (nursing) Code AK3324 AK3410 Level 7 7 Points Duration 3 years full-time only 3 years full-time only Venue North Shore Campus North Shore Campus bachelor of health science (occupational therapy) Start date 29 February and 18 July February 2016 Minimum entry University Entrance (NCEA, CIE or IB) or equivalent University Entrance (NCEA, CIE or IB) or equivalent Selection criteria English language Must be capable of meeting Health Practitioners Competence Assurance Act (HPCA Act) Police clearance Police clearance Applicants with two or more years of secondary and/or tertiary education outside New Zealand must meet IELTS Satisfactory references will be required Preference will be given to applicants with the highest rank scores and/or accomplishments in the relevant field. Interview may be required Interview may be required One subject from: Classical Studies, Drama, English, Geography, Health Education, History, History of Art, Media Studies, Social Studies or Te Reo Māori or Te Reo Rangatira and one subject from Biology, Chemistry, Earth and Space Science, Physics, Science or Calculus, Mathematics, Statistics. Please refer to page 49 Please refer to page 49 Must be capable of meeting Health Practitioners Competence Assurance Act (HPCA Act) Applicants with two or more years of secondary and/or tertiary education outside New Zealand must meet IELTS Preference will be given to applicants with the highest rank scores and/or accomplishments in the relevant field. 22

25 health sciences bachelor of health science (oral health) Code AK3113 AK3313 Level 7 7 Points Duration 3 years full-time only 4 years full-time only Venue North Shore Campus North Shore Campus bachelor of health science (physiotherapy) Start date 29 February February 2016 Minimum entry University Entrance (NCEA, CIE or IB) or equivalent University Entrance (NCEA, CIE or IB) or equivalent Selection criteria English language Must be capable of meeting Health Practitioners Competence Assurance Act (HPCA Act) Police clearance Police clearance Applicants with two or more years of secondary and/or tertiary education outside New Zealand must meet IELTS. Preference will be given to applicants with the highest rank scores and/or evidence of accomplishments in the relevant field. Interview may be required Interview may be required Secondary school subjects preferred for specific clinical areas are: Biology, Physical Education and one subject from: Classical Studies, Drama, English, Geography, Health Education, History, History of Art, Media Studies, Social Studies. Please refer to page 49 Please refer to page 49 Must be capable of meeting Health Practitioners Competence Assurance Act (HPCA Act) Applicants with two or more years of secondary and/or tertiary education outside New Zealand must meet IELTS. Preference will be given to applicants with the highest rank scores and/or evidence of accomplishments in the relevant field. 23

26 health sciences Code Level 7 bachelor of health science (podiatry) AK3713 Points 360 Duration Venue 3 years full-time only North Shore Campus Start date 29 February 2016 Minimum entry Selection criteria English language University Entrance (NCEA, CIE or IB) or equivalent Must be capable of meeting Health Practitioners Competence Assurance Act (HPCA Act) Police clearance Applicants with two or more years of secondary and/or tertiary education outside New Zealand must meet IELTS Preference will be given to applicants with the highest rank scores and/or evidence of accomplishments in the relevant field. Interview may be required Please refer to page 49 24

27 hospitality and tourism qualifications and study pathways pre-degree undergraduate postgraduate level 4 level 5 level 7 level 8 level 9 level 10 Certificate in Hospitality and Tourism Certificate in Practical Pâtisserie Diploma in Culinary Arts Diploma in Pâtisserie International Tourism Management International Hospitality Management Arts Conjoint programmes: Arts & Business International Hospitality Management & Business Diploma in International Tourism Management Diploma/ Certificate in International Hospitality Management International Tourism Management Philosophy International Hospitality Management Gastronomy Doctor of Philosophy Double degree: Arts & Laws Graduate Diploma/Graduate Certificate in International Tourism Management Graduate Diploma/Graduate Certificate in International Hospitality Management Graduate Diploma/ Graduate Certificate in Arts Please note: 1) Completion of one qualification does not guarantee entry to a higher level qualification. 2) Students are encouraged to apply for the qualification for which they are best suited and are not necessarily required to enrol in the qualification that appears at the left of the above diagram. 3) Some qualifications in the above diagram may be prerequisites to and not credit towards higher level qualifications. 4) The academic year is from February to November. For further information, contact the AUT Student Centre on 0800 AUT UNI ( ) or visit the career advisors web section 25

28 hospitality and tourism bachelor of international hospitality management bachelor of international tourism management bachelor of arts Code AK3708 AK1277 AK3704 Level Points Major(s) Accommodation Event Management Business Management Environmental Studies Culinary Arts Event Management Food and Beverage Human Resource Management Marketing Tourism You can also complete the degree without a major Hospitality Social Sciences You can also complete the degree without a major Duration 3 years full-time/equivalent part-time 3 years full-time/equivalent part-time 3 years full-time/equivalent part-time Venue City Campus City Campus City Campus Start date 29 February and 18 July February and 18 July February and 18 July 2016 Minimum entry English language Preferred school subjects University Entrance (NCEA, CIE or IB) or equivalent University Entrance (NCEA, CIE or IB) or equivalent Please refer to page 49 Please refer to page 49 Please refer to page 49 All subjects are useful, in particular language rich subjects from AUT s subject list see page 47 All subjects are useful, in particular language rich subjects from AUT s subject list see page 47 University Entrance (NCEA, CIE or IB) or equivalent All subjects are useful, in particular Classical Studies, English, Geography, History, History of Art, Media Studies and other languages 26

29 hospitality and tourism diploma in culinary arts diploma in pâtisserie certificate in practical pâtisserie Code AK3714 AK3731 AK3546 AK3598 Level certificate in hospitality and tourism Points Duration 2 years full-time only 2 years full-time only 1 year full-time only 1 year full-time only Venue City Campus City Campus City Campus City Campus Start date 29 February and 18 July February February February 2016 Application deadline 27 November November 2015 Minimum entry Completion of Year 12 or equivalent Selection criteria English language NCEA: 48 level 2 credits or higher including eight level 2 credits in any one subject from: Classical Studies, Drama, English, Geography, Health Education, History, History of Art, Media Studies, Social Studies or Business Studies, Economics, Physical Education, Te Reo Māori, Te Reo Rangatira CIE: 60 points on the UCAS Tariff, including any one subject similar to the NCEA subjects listed above Interview may be required NCEA: 48 level 2 credits or higher including eight level 2 credits in any one subject from: Classical Studies, Drama, English, Geography, Health Education, History, History of Art, Media Studies, Social Studies or Business Studies, Economics, Physical Education, Te Reo Māori, Te Reo Rangatira CIE: 60 points on the UCAS Tariff, including any one subject similar to the NCEA subjects listed above NCEA: 48 level 2 credits and eight level 1 credits or higher in one subject from: Classical Studies, Drama, English, Geography, Health Education, History, History of Art, Media Studies, Social Studies or Business Studies, Economics, Physical Education, Te Reo Māori, Te Reo Rangatira Applicants must be at least 17 years old Please refer to page 49 Please refer to page 49 Please refer to page 49 Please refer to page 49 27

30 language and culture qualifications and study pathways pre-degree undergraduate postgraduate level 4 level 5 level 6 level 7 level 8 level 9 level 10 Certificate in English Language* Diploma in English Language Diploma in Japanese Arts Arts (Honours) Arts Doctor of Philosophy Certificate in English for Academic Study Diploma in Chinese Diploma in Interpreting and Translation** Graduate Diploma/ Graduate Certificate in Arts Conjoint programmes: Arts & Business Arts & Computer and Information Sciences Double degree: Arts & Laws Diploma/ Certificate in Arts Philosophy Adult Literacy and Numeracy Education Creative Writing Professional Language Studies * Option available to continue into level 5 study ** Not open to school leavers Please note: 1) Completion of one qualification does not guarantee entry to a higher level qualification. 2) Students are encouraged to apply for the qualification for which they are best suited and are not necessarily required to enrol in the qualification that appears at the left of the above diagram. 3) Some qualifications in the above diagram may be prerequisites to and not credit towards higher level qualifications. 4) The academic year is from February to November. For further information, contact the AUT Student Centre on 0800 AUT UNI ( ) or visit the career advisors web section 28

31 language and culture bachelor of arts Code AK3704* AK3428 Level 7 6 Points diploma in chinese Major(s) Chinese Language Chinese Studies Creative Writing English and New Media Studies International Studies Interpreting Japanese Language Japanese Studies New Zealand Sign Language and Deaf Studies New Zealand Sign Language English Interpreting* Translation Duration 3 years full-time/equivalent part-time 2 years full-time/equivalent part-time Venue City Campus City Campus Start date 29 February and 18 July February 2016 Minimum entry Selection criteria English language Preferred school subjects University Entrance (NCEA, CIE or IB) or equivalent Interpreting and Translation majors: High level of competency in English and one other language Chinese Language major: Interview may be required Interpreting and Translation majors: Applicants will complete an interview, listening test and writing test to assess their competency in both languages Please refer to page 49 Please refer to page 49 All subjects are useful, in particular Classical Studies, English, Geography, History, History of Art, Media Studies and other languages NCEA: 48 level 2 credits or higher including eight level 2 credits in any one subject from: Classical Studies, Drama, English, Geography, Health Education, History, History of Art, Media Studies, Social Studies or Business Studies, Economics, Physical Education, Te Reo Māori, Te Reo Rangatira CIE: 60 points on the UCAS Tariff, including any one subject similar to the NCEA subjects listed above Completion of Year 13 is recommended * Students planning to study New Zealand Sign Language English Interpreting need to enrol in programme code AK

32 language and culture diploma in japanese Code AK3429 AK3770 Level 6 5 Points diploma in english language Duration Minimum 2 years full-time 1 year full-time/equivalent part-time Venue City Campus City Campus Start date 29 February and 18 July February and 18 July 2016 Minimum entry NCEA: 48 level 2 credits including eight level 2 credits in one of the following subjects: Economics, Te Reo Māori or Te Reo Rangatira, Physical Education or any language rich subject from AUT s subject list CIE: 60 points on the UCAS Tariff, including any one subject similar to the NCEA subjects listed above NCEA: 48 credits at level 2 or higher including eight credits at level 1 in any one subject from: Classical Studies, Drama, English, Geography, Health Education, History, History of Art, Media Studies, Social Studies or Business Studies, Economics, Physical Education, Te Reo Māori, Te Reo Rangatira or ESOL level 3 credits in reading and writing. Selection criteria Completion of Year 13 is recommended Placement test and interview may be required English language Please refer to page 49 International students with IELTS Academic: 5.5 overall with all bands 5 or higher. Please refer to page 49 30

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