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1 BACHELOR OF APPLIED SCIENCE ARTS BACHELOR OF

2 WELCOME TO OPEN POLYTECHNIC Whether you are looking to improve your career prospects or want to learn something new, we can help you achieve your goal. We specialise in open learning learning that gives you more freedom to decide what you study and where you study. Our courses are specifically designed for delivery by distance, which means you can fit your study around your life. And just because you are learning by distance, doesn t mean you have to do it alone. You will have access to your tutors and lecturers by or phone and to other students studying the same course through the Online Campus, the student support section of our website. It is our goal to make sure that you enjoy your study and that you succeed. So welcome to learning for today s world, and congratulations on taking up the challenge of further education. Please note that all information contained in this brochure may be subject to change without notice.

3 CONTENTS Key dates 2 Bachelor of Arts 3 Bachelor of Arts with a single major 3 major 4 Humanities major 6 Information and Library Studies major 8 Social Sciences major 10 Bachelor of Arts with a double major 12 and Information & Library Studies double major 13 Humanities and Information & Library Studies double major 16 General information 50 Assessment 50 Admission requirements 51 Study time 51 Fees 51 Set texts 51 Loans, allowances and other funding 51 Enrolment 52 Learning support 53 Appendix 1: Computer requirements 54 Appendix 2: Definitions 55 Cross credit/credit transfer form Bachelor of Applied Science 18 Bachelor of Applied Science with a single major 19 major 20 Environment major 22 Information and Library Studies major 24 Psychology major 26 Unspecified major 28 Contact us Other useful contact details inside back cover inside back cover Bachelor of Applied Science with a double major 29 and Environment double major 30 and Psychology double major 32 Certificates and diplomas 34 Open Polytechnic Certificate in Tertiary Study Skills 34 certificates and diplomas 35 Environment certificates and diplomas 38 Information and Library Studies certificates and diplomas 42 Certificate in Web Design and Writing 46 Psychology diplomas 47 1

4 KEY DATES TRIMESTER 3, 2014 Enrolments open for November 2014 Enrolments close for Trimester 3 2 November 2014 Trimester 3 officially begins 10 November 2014 Last day for withdrawing (with refund) 7 December 2014 Last day for withdrawing (no refund) 25 January 2015 Trimester 3 final exams February 2015 TRIMESTER 1, 2015 Enrolments close for Trimester 1 17 February 2015 Graduation ceremony attendance applications close 28 February 2015 Trimester 1 officially begins 2 March 2015 Last day for withdrawing (with refund) 29 March 2015 Last day for withdrawing (no refund) 24 May 2015 Trimester 1 final exams June 2015 TRIMESTER 2, 2015 Enrolments close for Trimester 2 3 July 2015 Trimester 2 officially begins 13 July 2015 Last day for withdrawing (with refund) 9 August 2015 Last day for withdrawing from 40/60 credit courses (no refund) 9 August 2015 Last day for withdrawing (no refund) 4 October 2015 Trimester 2 final exams 2 6 November 2015 TRIMESTER 3, 2015 Enrolments open for November 2015 Enrolments close for Trimester 3 1 November 2015 Trimester 3 officially begins 9 November 2015 Last day for withdrawing (with refund) 6 December 2015 Last day for withdrawing (no refund) 24 January 2016 Trimester 3 final exams February 2016 Note: All fees must be paid before each trimester starts, so that we can confirm your enrolment and send you your course materials. If you are planning to pay your fees by student loan, you need to apply to StudyLink at least four weeks before the start of the trimester. 2

5 BACHELOR OF ARTS Qualification code: OP7020 Levels: 5 7 The world of work is changing. To help you gain the skills you need to develop your career, the Open Polytechnic Bachelor of Arts qualification offers a combination of vocational, specialist and broad-based subjects. All the courses have been developed with input from employers and other stakeholders. They offer practical skills that can be used across a range of careers. The transferable skills you will gain such as clear communication, critical thinking, analysis and research are highly valued by employers. Arts graduates are regarded as creative and critical thinkers who have both specialist and broad subject knowledge. The Open Polytechnic Bachelor of Arts qualification offers single majors in: You can choose to study for a Bachelor of Arts with a single major or with a double major. Alternatively, you can study one of our diplomas that can be credited towards a degree. Note: When you enrol online, please specify your major subject. If we know what major you are planning to complete your degree in, then: we can link you to pages in Online Campus that are related to your major we can provide you with access to a range of resources that support your study, including study plans and advice about study pathways you can contact other students who are studying towards the same degree as you you can find information about the various industries related to the major. BACHELOR OF ARTS SINGLE MAJOR OP Humanities OP Information and Library Studies OP Social Sciences OP And double majors in: and Information & Library Studies OP Humanities and Information & Library Studies OP CERTIFICATES AND DIPLOMAS We also offer a range of certificates and diplomas that can be used as a stepping stone to a degree. We suggest you plan your study so that, where applicable, the first qualification you get is a certificate or diploma. Plan your qualification online with My Study Plan It s easy to start planning your Bachelor of Arts with our fun and interactive online planning tool called My Study Plan. You can use the tool to plan what courses to study and when. To create your study plan today, visit openpolytechnic.ac.nz/mystudyplan BACHELOR OF ARTS WITH A SINGLE MAJOR A Bachelor of Arts with a single major is made up of 18 courses of 20 credits each (or the equivalent if including 60-credit Humanities and Social Sciences courses). This makes a total of 360 credits where: a maximum of 160 credits can be at Level 5 a minimum of 80 credits must be at Level 7. We suggest you begin your studies at Level 5 and work your way up to the next levels. If you want to complete your degree in three years you will need to do 120 credits a year. If you are working, and studying part-time, we suggest you begin with just one course. QUALIFICATION STRUCTURES MAJOR MAJOR S ELECTIVE S TOTAL CREDITS 220 credits 140 credits 360 Humanities 240 credits 120 credits 360 Information and Library Studies 240 credits 120 credits 360 Social Sciences 240 credits 120 credits 360 Note: A 60-credit course is the equivalent of three 20-credit courses. 3

6 COMMUNICATION MAJOR Qualification code: OP The Bachelor of Arts major covers interpersonal, intercultural, organisational and global communication. It also includes courses on writing for the web, technical writing and public relations. Students in this major will develop an understanding of communication that is both applied and theoretical. Graduates of the Bachelor of Arts qualification majoring in : are confident and effective communicators with strong strategic abilities can analyse and use information logically write concisely and communicate effectively at personal, group and organisational levels can analyse and address complex communication issues and problems and offer practical solutions have an understanding of communication in relation to social issues demonstrate ability to analyse texts and their contexts. These skills equip communication graduates for a wide range of employment opportunities, including careers in management, human resource management, marketing, teaching, policy analysis, advertising and corporate communications. QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE NOTE: ALL S ARE 20 CREDITS UNLESS SPECIFIED ELEVEN MAJOR S (220 CREDITS) Business Academic Writing Accessing Information Professional and Technical Writing Intercultural Interpersonal Organisational Mass Management Global Research Paper OR Practicum 7 7 ELECTIVE S (140 CREDITS) 80 credits from major courses in the Bachelor of Arts (Humanities, Information and Library Studies, Social Sciences and ). See our website for the range of options. 60 credits at Level 5 and 6 can be from any degree course offered by the Open Polytechnic or any other accredited New Zealand institute. Note: If you enrolled in this qualification prior to 2013 you can complete it under the regulations that existed at the time of your enrolment. 4

7 STUDY PLAN It is a good idea to plan your study programme before you start. To work out what courses you need to complete for your degree, use the study plan below. We recommend that you complete Level 5 courses before moving on to Level 6 and 7. Level 7 courses can be used as electives at Level 5 or 6, and Level 6 courses can be used as Level 5 electives. If you need help or have any questions, contact us. See the last page of this brochure for contact details. Level 5 Major Business COMMUNICATION MAJOR Academic Writing Accessing Information Professional and Technical Writing Level Intercultural Interpersonal Organisational Level Mass Management Global Research Paper OR Practicum 5

8 HUMANITIES MAJOR Qualification code: OP The Bachelor of Arts Humanities major introduces humanities and arts disciplines and develops interdisciplinary approaches to key historical and cultural movements in Europe and New Zealand. It is based on courses from the Open University UK, supplemented by references to New Zealand contexts and examples, including Mäori and Pasifika. The first year courses introduce the subject knowledge, academic approaches, and interrelationships of art history, literature, history, philosophy, the history of science and classical studies. The second year 60-credit course focuses on the study of art and visual culture, based on the broad chronological period from medieval times through to the present. The third year course studies Renaissance art, questioning the traditional geographical and social boundaries of this in line with contemporary developments in academic research. Students further develop their research, analysis and communication skills by completing the research paper or the practicum. Humanities graduates: have knowledge of, and skills in, art history, literature, history, classical studies, philosophy, religious studies and the history of science have a deepened understanding of human culture, society, creativity and belief can apply their interdisciplinary knowledge and skills to specific cultural, social and work contexts can use their analytical skills to develop arguments and support judgements and views with appropriate evidence. This major prepares graduates for a range of employment pathways in areas such as heritage, education, research and community development. QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE NOTE: ALL S ARE 20 CREDITS UNLESS SPECIFIED EIGHT MAJOR S (240 CREDITS): Academic Writing Introducing Humanities and Arts Humanities: Tradition and Dissent Humanities: Cultural Encounters Art and Literature New Zealand Exploring Art and Visual Culture (60 credits) Renaissance Art Reconsidered (60 credits) Research Paper OR Practicum ELECTIVE S (120 CREDITS): courses can be selected from any Open Polytechnic degree qualification see our website for the range of options. A 60-credit course is the equivalent of three 20-credit courses. RECOMMENDED ELECTIVES INCLUDE: Aotearoa New Zealand Society Introduction to Social Sciences 1: Making Social Lives Introduction to Social Sciences 2: Exploring Social Lives Writing for the Web Intercultural 6 Note: If you enrolled in this qualification prior to 2014 you can complete it under the regulations that existed at the time of your enrolment.

9 STUDY PLAN It is a good idea to plan your study programme before you start. To work out what courses you need to complete for your degree, use the study plan below. We recommend that you complete Level 5 courses before moving on to Level 6 and 7. Level 7 courses can be used as electives at Level 5 or 6, and Level 6 courses can be used as Level 5 electives. If you need help or have any questions, contact us. See the last page of this brochure for contact details. Major Level Academic Writing HUMANITIES MAJOR Introducing Humanities and Arts Humanities: Tradition and Dissent Humanities: Cultural Encounters Art and Literature New Zealand Level Exploring Art and Visual Culture (60 credits) Level Renaissance Art Reconsidered (60 credits) Research Paper OR Practicum 7

10 INFORMATION AND LIBRARY STUDIES MAJOR Qualification code: OP A graduate of the Bachelor of Arts with a major in Information and Library Studies is highly information literate and adept at problem solving attributes which are essential to work in information services in today s information-rich world. The major combines knowledge of traditional librarianship with a knowledge of contemporary advances in information technology and the rapidly changing management of information services. In particular graduates: learn about the principles of librarianship and about using information technology to manage information have information and library skills and skills in policy development and change management understand, and can deal with, contemporary issues in the information services profession. People with a major in Information and Library Studies can pursue a career at management level in a wide variety of library and information services, including public and tertiary libraries, schools, public and private sector businesses and other environments where strong research skills and providing information have a central role. QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE NOTE: ALL S ARE 20 CREDITS UNLESS SPECIFIED TWELVE MAJOR S (240 CREDITS): Academic Writing Accessing Information The Information Industry Library Systems and Processes Information Sources and Services User Education and Reference Skills Cataloguing and Classification Research Methods and Interpretation Information Issues Policy and Planning for Information Services Social Informatics Research Paper OR Practicum 7 7 ELECTIVE S (120 CREDITS) 80 credits from major courses in the Bachelor of Arts (Humanities, Information and Library Studies, Social Sciences and ). See our website for the range of options. 40 credits at Level 5 and 6 can be from any degree course offered by the Open Polytechnic or any other accredited New Zealand institute. Note: If you enrolled in this qualification prior to 2014 you can complete it under the regulations that existed at the time of your enrolment. 8

11 STUDY PLAN It is a good idea to plan your study programme before you start. To work out what courses you need to complete for your degree, use the study plan below. We recommend that you complete Level 5 courses before moving on to Level 6 and 7. Level 7 courses can be used as electives at Level 5 or 6, and Level 6 courses can be used as Level 5 electives. If you need help or have any questions, contact us. See the last page of this brochure for contact details. Level 5 Major Academic Writing Accessing Information INFORMATION AND LIBRARY STUDIES MAJOR The Information Industry Library Systems and Processes Level Information Sources and Services User Education and Reference Skills Cataloguing and Classification Research Methods and Interpretation Level Information Issues Policy and Planning for Information Services Social Informatics Research Paper OR Practicum 9

12 SOCIAL SCIENCES MAJOR Qualification code: OP The Bachelor of Arts Social Sciences major introduces a range of issues and methods across the social sciences, drawing from sociology, human geography, cultural studies and political science. It is based on courses licenced from the Open University, UK, with supplementary material which reflects an Aotearoa New Zealand context. The interdisciplinary courses develop critical thinking skills and understanding of some key contemporary social issues, theoretical paradigms and methodological approaches. Particular emphasis is on issues of cultural change and identity, environmental politics, employment and migration, and trade and globalisation. Social Science graduates: know about a variety of contemporary social issues and theoretical approaches understand a range of methodologies for describing and explaining social phenomena can apply their interdisciplinary skills to various social contexts have creative problem-solving skills have strong communication and analytical skills are able to critically consider the role of social and political values in contemporary society. This major prepares graduates for employment pathways in public, private and non-government organisation sectors. It provides graduates with analytical skills applicable to a wide range of other employment areas, such as social policy and community development, journalism, human resources, education and research. QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE NOTE: ALL S ARE 20 CREDITS UNLESS SPECIFIED MAJOR S (240 CREDITS): Academic Writing Research Methods and Interpretation Aotearoa New Zealand Society Introduction to Social Sciences 1: Making Social Lives Introduction to Social Sciences 2: Exploring Social Lives Living in a Globalised World (60 Credits) Making Social Worlds (60 credits) Research Paper OR Practicum 7 7 ELECTIVE S (120 CREDITS) courses can be selected from any degree course offered by the Open Polytechnic or any other accredited New Zealand institute see our website for the range of options. A 60-credit course is the equivalent of three 20-credit courses. Note: If you enrolled in this qualification prior to 2014 you can complete it under the regulations that existed at the time of your enrolment. 10

13 STUDY PLAN It is a good idea to plan your study programme before you start. To work out what courses you need to complete for your degree, use the study plan below. We recommend that you complete Level 5 courses before moving on to Level 6 and 7. Level 7 courses can be used as electives at Level 5 or 6, and Level 6 courses can be used as Level 5 electives. If you need help or have any questions, contact us. See the last page of this brochure for contact details. Level 5 Major Academic Writing SOCIAL SCIENCES MAJOR Aotearoa New Zealand Society Introduction to Social Sciences 1: Making Social Lives Introduction to Social Sciences 2: Exploring Social Lives Level Research Methods and Interpretation Living in a Globalised World (60 credits) Level Making Social Worlds (60 credits) Research Paper OR Practicum 11

14 BACHELOR OF ARTS WITH A DOUBLE MAJOR A double major will give you a more vocationally targeted degree and will also expand the breadth of your knowledge and understanding of social and cultural issues. Options for a double major are: and Information & Library Studies OP Humanities and Information & Library Studies OP A double major is made up of 20 courses of 20 credits (400 credits), or the equivalent in 60-credit courses (400 credits in total) where: a maximum of 160 credits can be at Level 5 a minimum of 120 credits must be at Level 6 a minimum of 120 credits must be at Level 7 all the core requirements of the degree in which the double major is to be taken are completed. QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE NOTE: ALL S ARE 20 CREDITS UNLESS SPECIFIED DOUBLE MAJORS MAJOR S ELECTIVE S TOTAL S and Information & Library Studies Humanities and Information & Library Studies = 180 credits Information and Library Studies = 200 credits Humanities = 200 credits Information and Library Studies = 200 credits 20 credits 400 credits 400 credits Note: The 20-credit elective course can be selected from any Open Polytechnic degree qualification see our website for the range of options. 12

15 COMMUNICATION AND INFORMATION & LIBRARY STUDIES DOUBLE MAJOR Qualification code: OP The and Information and Library Studies double major is a qualification with a strong vocational emphasis. It provides graduates with knowledge and understanding of a range of communication and library and information issues and concepts. The Information and Library Studies courses focus on the New Zealand library and information environment, while the courses provide personal, intercultural, organisational and global communication skills. Graduates with this double major: are information literate, adept at problem solving, and are confident and practical communicators have a strong strategic focus, can analyse and use information logically, and write concisely and clearly COMMUNICATION AND INFORMATION AND LIBRARY STUDIES DOUBLE MAJOR are competent at analysing and addressing complex communication issues and problems, and arriving at practical solutions have a wealth of knowledge of the traditional underpinnings of librarianship to draw on and apply to contemporary contexts can use information technology to provide and store information have an understanding of the New Zealand context and the importance of the Treaty of Waitangi. The double major prepares graduates for a range of employment opportunities, including human resource management, marketing, teaching, policy analysis, and library and information management. 13

16 QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE NOTE: ALL S ARE 20 CREDITS UNLESS SPECIFIED NINE COMMUNICATION MAJOR S (180 CREDITS): Business Academic Writing Professional and Technical Writing Intercultural Interpersonal Organisational Mass Management Global 7 TEN INFORMATION AND LIBRARY STUDIES MAJOR S (200 CREDITS): Accessing Information The Information Industry Library Systems and Processes Information Sources and Services User Education and Reference Skills Cataloguing and Classification Research Methods and Interpretation Information Issues Policy and Planning for Information Services Social Informatics OR Research Paper OR Practicum ELECTIVE S (20 CREDITS): courses can be selected from any Open Polytechnic degree qualification see our website for the range of options. Note: If you enrolled in this qualification prior to 2014 you can complete it under the regulations that existed at the time of your enrolment. 14

17 STUDY PLAN It is a good idea to plan your study programme before you start. To work out what courses you need to complete your degree, use the study plan below. We recommend that you complete Level 5 courses before moving on to Level 6 and 7. If you need help or have any questions, contact us. See the last page of this brochure for contact details. Level Business Academic Writing Information and Library Studies Accessing Information The Information Industry COMMUNICATION AND INFORMATION AND LIBRARY STUDIES DOUBLE MAJOR Professional and Technical Writing Library Systems and Processes Level Intercultural Interpersonal Organisational Information Sources and Services User Education and Reference Skills Cataloguing and Classification Research Methods and Interpretation Level Mass Information Issues Management Policy and Planning for Information Services Global Social Informatics OR Research Paper OR Practicum 15

18 HUMANITIES AND INFORMATION & LIBRARY STUDIES DOUBLE MAJOR Qualification code: OP The Humanities and Information & Library Studies double major is a qualification with a strong vocational application. It also provides a breadth of knowledge and understanding of a range of cultural and social issues and contexts. The Information and Library Studies courses focus on the New Zealand library and information environment, while the Humanities major develops understanding and critical thinking skills within the context of key philosophical and cultural movements. Graduates of this double major: are skilled in critical analysis, argument and expression can analyse texts and their contexts and apply their knowledge to interdisciplinary study in the arts have a broad knowledge of the humanities and arts can draw on knowledge of the traditional underpinnings of librarianship and apply these to contemporary contexts are adept at using information technology demonstrate broad subject knowledge with an arts focus have a strong understanding of the New Zealand context and the importance of the Treaty of Waitangi. Graduates are prepared for a range of employment opportunities in management, human resource management, marketing, teaching, policy analysis, heritage conservation and library and information management. QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE NOTE: ALL S ARE 20 CREDITS UNLESS SPECIFIED SIX HUMANITIES MAJOR S (200 CREDITS): Introducing Humanities and Arts Humanities Tradition and Dissent Humanities and Cultural Encounters Art and Literature New Zealand Exploring Art and Visual Culture (60 credits) Renaissance Art Reconsidered (60 credits) 7 TEN INFORMATION AND LIBRARY STUDIES MAJOR S (200 CREDITS): Academic Writing OR Accessing Information The Information Industry Library Systems and Processes Information Sources and Services User Education and Reference Skills Cataloguing and Classification Research Methods and Interpretation Information Issues Policy and Planning for Information Services Social Informatics OR Research Paper OR Practicum Note: If you enrolled in this qualification prior to 2014 you can complete it under the regulations that existed at the time of your enrolment. 16

19 STUDY PLAN It is a good idea to plan your study programme before you start. To work out what courses you need to complete your degree, use the study plan below. We recommend that you complete Level 5 courses before moving on to Level 6 and 7. If you need help or have any questions, contact us. See the last page of this brochure for contact details. Level 5 Humanities Introducing Humanities and Arts Humanities: Tradition and Dissent Humanities: Cultural Encounters Information and Library Studies Academic Writing OR Accessing Information Library Systems and Processes The Information Industry HUMANITIES AND INFORMATION AND LIBRARY STUDIES DOUBLE MAJOR Art and Literature New Zealand Level Exploring Art and Visual Culture (60 credits) Information Sources and Services User Education and Reference Skills Cataloguing and Classification Research Methods and Interpretation Level Renaissance Art Reconsidered (60 credits) Information Issues Policy and Planning for Information Services Social Informatics OR Research Paper OR Practicum 17

20 BACHELOR OF APPLIED SCIENCE Qualification code: OP7010 Levels: 5 7 QUALIFICATION The Open Polytechnic Bachelor of Applied Science qualification offers majors in: OP Environment OP Information and Library Studies OP Psychology OP Unspecified OP You can study for a Bachelor of Applied Science with a single major, a double major, or without a major (unspecified). Note: When you enrol online, please specify your major subject. If we know what major you are planning to complete your degree in, then: we can link you to pages in Online Campus that are related to your major we can provide you with access to a range of resources that support your study, including study plans and advice about study pathways you can contact other students who are studying towards the same degree you can find information about the various industries related to the major. CERTIFICATES AND DIPLOMAS We also offer a range of certificates and diplomas that can be used as a stepping stone to a degree. We suggest you plan your study so that, where applicable, the first qualification you get is a certificate or diploma. PLAN YOUR QUALIFICATION ONLINE WITH MY STUDY PLAN It s easy to start planning your Bachelor of Applied Science with our fun and interactive online planning tool called My Study Plan. You can use the tool to plan what courses to study and when. To create your study plan today, visit openpolytechnic.ac.nz/mystudyplan FUTURE SKILLS In today s volatile work environment, you need to be self-motivated and a confident problem solver. Our courses focus on a problem solving approach, promoting skills in effective thinking, communication, relationship building and the ability to access and use information relevant to your field. As a graduate of the Bachelor of Applied Science qualification, you will have the skills to: identify and define problems and devise appropriate solutions communicate information, concepts and arguments clearly and effectively use a range of information technologies to store, organise, present, process and analyse information for a variety of purposes; and gather, process, interpret and present data. By improving your skills, you will have shown both personal responsibility and initiative attitudes highly sought after by employers. 18

21 BACHELOR OF APPLIED SCIENCE WITH A SINGLE MAJOR A degree qualification with a single major is made up of 18 courses of 20 credits each, where: a maximum of eight courses (160 credits) can be at Level 5 a minimum of four courses (80 credits) must be at Level 7 your study programme must meet the core, major and elective requirements of the relevant degree major qualification. QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE NOTE: ALL S ARE 20 CREDITS UNLESS SPECIFIED MAJOR CORE S MAJOR S ELECTIVE S TOTAL CREDITS BACHELOR OF APPLIED SCIENCE WITH A SINGLE MAJOR 80 credits 140 credits 140 credits 360 Environment 80 credits 180 credits 100 credits 360 Information and Library Studies 80 credits 220 credits 60 credits 360 Psychology 80 credits 160 credits 120 credits 360 Unspecified 80 credits 120 credits 160 credits 360 Note: courses can be selected from any Open Polytechnic degree qualification see our website for the range of options. A 60-credit course is the equivalent of three 20-credit courses. 19

22 COMMUNICATION MAJOR Qualification code: OP As a graduate of the Bachelor of Applied Science qualification majoring in, you will be a confident and effective communicator with a strong strategic focus. You will be able to: analyse and use information logically write clearly and concisely communicate effectively in a variety of contexts analyse and address complex communication issues and problems offer practical solutions understand organisational dynamics. These skills prepare graduates for a wide range of employment opportunities in the private and public sectors. They support careers in management, human resource management, marketing, teaching, policy analysis, advertising and corporate communications. QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE NOTE: ALL S ARE 20 CREDITS UNLESS SPECIFIED FOUR CORE S (80 CREDITS): Business Accessing Information Statistical Analysis Research Methods and Interpretation 6 SIX COMPULSORY MAJOR S (120 CREDITS): Professional and Technical Writing Intercultural Interpersonal Mass Management Global 7 PLUS AT LEAST ONE OF (20 CREDITS): Organisational Plain English for Professional Purposes 6 SEVEN ELECTIVE S (140 CREDITS): courses can be selected from any Open Polytechnic degree qualification see our website for the range of options. A 60-credit course is the equivalent of three 20-credit courses. 20

23 STUDY PLAN It is a good idea to plan your study programme before you start. To work out which courses you need to complete your degree, use the study plan below. We recommend that you complete Level 5 courses before moving on to Level 6 and 7. If you need help or have any questions, contact us. See the last page of this brochure for contact details. Level Business Core Major Professional and Technical Writing COMMUNICATION MAJOR Accessing Information Statistical Analysis Level Research Methods and Interpretation Intercultural Interpersonal Organisational OR Plain English for Professional Purposes Level Mass Management Global 21

24 ENVIRONMENT MAJOR Qualification code: OP Graduates of the Bachelor of Applied Science Environment major will have the theoretical and practical understanding to: recognise and analyse the causes of environmental problems facing New Zealand and the global community apply environmental principles and legislation to practical situations involving the protection and use of natural resources evaluate policy and management approaches to resolve environmental problems contribute to identifying and implementing effective actions to achieve sustainable environmental outcomes. Graduates may find career opportunities in central or local government, public interest groups and private sector organisations, working in planning, policy analysis, resource management, research, consultancy or environmental education. QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE NOTE: ALL S ARE 20 CREDITS UNLESS SPECIFIED FOUR CORE S (80 CREDITS): Business Accessing Information Statistical Analysis Research Methods and Interpretation 6 THREE COMPULSORY MAJOR S (60 CREDITS): Global Environmental Studies Sustainability and New Zealand Introduction to New Zealand Ecology 5 PLUS THREE OF (60 CREDITS): Coastal and Marine Management Resource Management Act and Local Government Act Conservation and Natural Resources Law Environmental Monitoring and Reporting Environmental Impact Assessment 6 PLUS AT LEAST 60 CREDITS FROM: Environmental Management Systems and Strategies Environment and the Economy Environmental Perspectives and the Media Environmental Studies Research (40 credits) 7 FIVE ELECTIVE S (100 CREDITS): courses can be selected from any Open Polytechnic degree qualification see our website for the range of options. No more than 120 credits can be at Level 5 and no less than 80 credits can be at Level 7. A 60-credit course is the equivalent of three 20-credit courses. 22

25 STUDY PLAN It is a good idea to plan your study programme before you start. To work out which courses you need to complete your degree, use the study plan below. We recommend that you complete Level 5 courses before moving on to Level 6 and 7. Level 7 courses can be used as electives at Level 5 or 6, and Level 6 courses can be used as Level 5 electives. If you need help or have any questions, contact us. See the last page of this brochure for contact details. Level Business Core Major Global Environmental Studies ENVIRONMENT MAJOR Accessing Information Sustainability and New Zealand Statistical Analysis Introduction to New Zealand Ecology Level Research Methods and Interpretation Major Major Major Level 7 Major Major Major 23

26 INFORMATION AND LIBRARY STUDIES MAJOR Qualification code: OP A graduate of the Bachelor of Applied Science majoring in Information and Library Studies will be highly information literate and adept at problem solving attributes which are essential for the successful provision of information services in today s information rich world. An understanding of the skills and knowledge of traditional librarianship is combined with contemporary advances in information technology and the rapidly changing management of information services. A graduate in Information and Library Studies will be equipped to work at management level in a wide variety of library and information positions. These include public and tertiary libraries and schools, and business positions in both public and private sectors and other environments where the provision of information and research skills has a central role. Graduates will have: knowledge of the traditional underpinnings of librarianship translated into contemporary contexts knowledge of information technology as a tool in the provision of information management skills in an information and library context, including policy development and change management an understanding of and ability to deal with contemporary issues in the information services profession. QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE NOTE: ALL S ARE 20 CREDITS UNLESS SPECIFIED FOUR CORE S (80 CREDITS): Business Accessing Information Statistical Analysis Research Methods and Interpretation 6 ELEVEN COMPULSORY MAJOR S (200 CREDITS): Business Computing The Information Industry Library Systems and Processes Principles of Records Management Principles of Information Management Information Sources and Services User Education and Reference Skills Information Issues Policy and Planning for Information Services Social Informatics Research Paper OR Practicum 7 7 THREE ELECTIVE S (60 CREDITS): courses can be selected from any Open Polytechnic degree qualification see our website for the range of options. A 60-credit course is the equivalent of three 20-credit courses. 24

27 STUDY PLAN It is a good idea to plan your study programme before you start. To work out which courses you need to complete your degree, use the study plan below. We recommend that you complete Level 5 courses before moving on to Level 6 and 7. Level 7 courses can be used as electives at Level 5 and 6, and Level 6 courses can be used as Level 5 electives. If you need help or have any questions, contact us. See the last page of this brochure for contact details. Level Business Accessing Information Core Major Business Computing The Information Industry INFORMATION AND LIBRARY STUDIES MAJOR Statistical Analysis Library Systems and Processes Principles of Records Management Level Research Methods and Interpretation Principles of Information Management Information Sources and Services User Education and Reference Skills Level Information Issues Policy and Planning for Information Services Social Informatics Research Paper OR Practicum 25

28 PSYCHOLOGY MAJOR Qualification code: OP The completion of the Bachelor of Applied Science Psychology major or a diploma in this discipline will open up a number of career options and further study opportunities. As a successful graduate with a Psychology major, your entry into careers such as counselling, human resource management, organisational psychology, marketing, teaching and nursing is enhanced. Your degree will strongly supplement more specialised training in these fields. Note: While psychology can provide a theoretical foundation, it is not sufficient for practising counselling. For more information, refer to the New Zealand Association of counsellors, nzac.org.nz You will find opportunities in any field that requires the ability to critically evaluate situations for example, policy analysis. QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE NOTE: ALL S ARE 20 CREDITS UNLESS SPECIFIED FOUR CORE S (80 CREDITS): Business Accessing Information Statistical Analysis Research Methods and Interpretation 6 TWO COMPULSORY MAJOR S (40 CREDITS): General and Applied Psychology Social and Individual Psychology 5 PLUS SIX OF (AT LEAST THREE AT 7) (120 CREDITS): Social Psychology Brain and Behaviour Thought, Memory and Language Behaviour Modification Te Hauora Hinengaro Child and Adolescent Psychopathology Child and Adolescent Developmental Psychology Organisational Psychology Psychological Assessment Personality and Individual Differences Adult Psychopathology 7 SIX ELECTIVE S (120 CREDITS): courses can be selected from any Open Polytechnic degree qualification see our website for the range of options. A 60-credit course is the equivalent of three 20-credit courses. Note: Students who complete Personality and Individual Differences and Psychological Assessment as part of a Bachelor of Applied Science may be considered for test user registration at Level C through the New Zealand Council for Educational Research (NZCER). Contact the programme leader for further information. 26

29 STUDY PLAN It is a good idea to plan your study programme before you start. To work out which courses you need to complete your degree, use the study plan below. We recommend that you complete Level 5 courses before moving on to Level 6 and 7. Level 7 courses can be used as electives at Level 5 or 6, and Level 6 courses can be used as Level 5 electives. If you need help or have any questions, contact us. See the last page of this brochure for contact details. Level Business Core Major General and Applied Psychology PSYCHOLOGY MAJOR Accessing Information Social and Individual Psychology Statistical Analysis Level Research Methods and Interpretation Major Major Major Level 7 Major Major Major 27

30 UNSPECIFIED MAJOR Qualification code: OP A Bachelor of Applied Science with an unspecified major is made up of 360 credits, where: 80 credits must be at Level 7 no more than 160 credits can be at Level 5 a minimum of 120 credits are from a sequential study programme (either a single major or an embedded diploma) that has been approved by the head of school, and which includes a minimum of 40 credits at Level 7. Note: If you are interested in a Bachelor of Applied Science with an unspecified major, we strongly recommend that you contact us to talk through your study options before you enrol to make sure that your planned programme will meet the requirements. See the last page of this brochure for contact details. QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE NOTE: ALL S ARE 20 CREDITS UNLESS SPECIFIED FOUR CORE S (80 CREDITS): Business Accessing Information Statistical Analysis Research Methods and Interpretation 6 14 ELECTIVE S (280 CREDITS): courses can be selected from any Open Polytechnic degree qualification see our website for the range of options. A 60-credit course is the equivalent of three 20-credit courses. 28

31 BACHELOR OF APPLIED SCIENCE WITH A DOUBLE MAJOR Taking a double major will give you a more vocationally targeted degree and will also expand the breadth of your knowledge and understanding of social and cultural issues. A degree qualification with a double major is made up of 20 courses of 20 credits each where: a maximum of eight courses (160 credits) can be at Level 5 all the core requirements of the degrees in which the double major is to be taken are completed. Options for a double major are: and Environment OP and Psychology OP BACHELOR OF APPLIED SCIENCE WITH A DOUBLE MAJOR QUALIFICATION STRUCTURES DOUBLE MAJORS CORE S MAJOR S ELECTIVE S TOTAL CREDITS and Environment 80 credits = 140 credits Environment = 140 credits 40 credits 400 credits and Psychology 80 credits = 140 credits Psychology = 160 credits 20 credits 400 credits Notes: courses can be selected from any Open Polytechnic degree qualification see our website for the range of options. A 60-credit course is the equivalent of three 20-credit courses. Within your course selection, you must meet the core, major and elective requirements of the relevant majors you are studying. Read through the descriptions of the majors in the following pages and contact us if you would like to discuss your study options. See the last page of this brochure for contact details. 29

32 COMMUNICATION AND ENVIRONMENT DOUBLE MAJOR Qualification code: OP Graduates majoring in and Environment will have the strategic understanding and practical communication skills needed to analyse and report on environmental issues in both the private and public sectors. This degree equips graduates with the discipline, expertise and strategic communication skills required in a range of employment areas, such as resource management, policy analysis, environmental auditing and advocacy. QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE NOTE: ALL S ARE 20 CREDITS UNLESS SPECIFIED FOUR CORE S (80 CREDITS): Business Accessing Information Statistical Analysis Research Methods and Interpretation 6 SIX COMPULSORY COMMUNICATION MAJOR S (120 CREDITS): Professional and Technical Writing Intercultural Interpersonal Mass Management Global 7 PLUS AT LEAST ONE OF (20 CREDITS): Organisational Plain English for Professional Purposes 6 FOUR COMPULSORY ENVIRONMENT MAJOR S (80 CREDITS): Introduction to New Zealand Ecology Environmental Management Systems and Strategies Environment and the Economy Environmental Perspectives and the Media 7 PLUS THREE OF (60 CREDITS): Global Environmental Studies OR Sustainability and New Zealand Coastal and Marine Management Resource Management Act and Local Government Act Conservation and Natural Resources Law Environmental Monitoring and Reporting Environmental Impact Assessment 6 TWO ELECTIVE S (40 CREDITS): courses can be selected from any Open Polytechnic degree qualification see our website for the range of options. 30

33 STUDY PLAN It is a good idea to plan your study programme before you start. To work out which courses you need to complete your degree, use the study plan below. We recommend that you complete Level 5 courses before moving on to Level 6 and 7. If you need help or have any questions, contact us. See the last page of this brochure for contact details. Level Business Accessing Information Core Environment Professional and Technical Writing Introduction to New Zealand Ecology Major COMMUNICATION AND ENVIRONMENT DOUBLE MAJOR Statistical Analysis Level Research Methods and Interpretation Intercultural Major Interpersonal Major Organisational OR Plain English for Professional Purposes Level Mass Environmental Management Systems and Strategies Management Environment and the Economy Global Environmental Perspectives and the Media (Any level) 31

34 COMMUNICATION AND PSYCHOLOGY DOUBLE MAJOR Qualification code: OP Graduates majoring in and Psychology will have the discipline, expertise, analytical and communication skills to succeed in a number of employment areas. These include human resource management, corporate communications, community services, advertising and education. QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE NOTE: ALL S ARE 20 CREDITS UNLESS SPECIFIED FOUR CORE S (80 CREDITS): Business Accessing Information Statistical Analysis Research Methods and Interpretation 6 SIX COMPULSORY COMMUNICATION MAJOR S (120 CREDITS): Professional and Technical Writing Intercultural Interpersonal Mass Management Global 7 PLUS ONE OF (20 CREDITS): Organisational Plain English for Professional Purposes 6 TWO COMPULSORY PSYCHOLOGY MAJOR S (40 CREDITS): General and Applied Psychology Social and Individual Psychology 5 PLUS SIX OF (120 CREDITS) (AT LEAST THREE AT 7): Social Psychology Brain and Behaviour Thought, Memory and Language Behaviour Modification Te Hauora Hinengaro Child and Adolescent Psychopathology Child and Adolescent Developmental Psychology Organisational Psychology Psychological Assessment Personality and Individual Differences Adult Psychopathology 7 32

35 ONE ELECTIVE (20 CREDITS): courses can be selected from any Open Polytechnic degree qualification see our website for the range of options. STUDY PLAN It is a good idea to plan your study programme before you start. To work out which courses you need to complete your degree, use the study plan below. We recommend that you complete Level 5 courses before moving on to Level 6 and 7. If you need help or have any questions, contact us. See the last page of this brochure for contact details. Core Psychology COMMUNICATION AND PSYCHOLOGY DOUBLE MAJOR Level Business Professional and Technical Writing General and Applied Psychology Accessing Information Social and Individual Psychology Statistical Analysis Level Research Methods and Interpretation Intercultural Major Interpersonal Major Organisational OR Plain English for Professional Purposes Major Level Mass Major Management Major Global Major (Any level) 33

36 CERTIFICATES AND DIPLOMAS Open Polytechnic certificates An Open Polytechnic certificate is made up of at least two courses, and can be used as a stepping stone to a diploma or degree. Open Polytechnic diplomas An Open Polytechnic diploma is the equivalent of one year s full-time study and can easily be completed in two or three years of part-time study. Diplomas can be used as stepping stones to Open Polytechnic degrees, and courses completed for one diploma can also be credited towards another diploma. A diploma is made up of six courses. At least four of those courses must be at or above the level at which the diploma is rated. So for a Level 6 diploma, you must do at least four courses at Level 6 or above. We suggest you plan your study so that, where applicable, the first qualification you get is a certificate or diploma. Please note that some courses have prerequisites, so you might not be able to complete a diploma in two trimesters. PLAN YOUR QUALIFICATION ONLINE WITH MY STUDY PLAN It s easy to start planning your qualification with our fun and interactive online planning tool called My Study Plan. You can use the tool to plan what courses to study and when. To create your study plan today, visit openpolytechnic.ac.nz/mystudyplan Note: All certificate and diploma courses are 20 credits. OPEN POLYTECHNIC CERTIFICATE IN TERTIARY STUDY SKILLS Qualification code: OP4240 Level 4 If you are thinking of taking up tertiary study for the first time or you ve been away from study for a while, the Open Polytechnic Certificate in Tertiary Study Skills is a good place to start. The certificate is made up of two courses that will help you develop learning strategies, academic writing, information literacy, research and online learning skills. You will have a mentor for your first course to support your learning. For your second course you will choose an area of interest like business, communication, environment, psychology, information & library studies or social work. When you successfully complete the course, you will not only achieve the Open Polytechnic Certificate in Tertiary Study Skills, you will also have one course towards an Open Polytechnic qualification at Level 5 or above. For more information about the Open Polytechnic Certificate in Tertiary Study Skills, visit the qualification page on our website or contact us. See the last page of this brochure for contact details. 34

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