Tēnei te mihi atu ki a koutou i roto i ngā tini āhuatanga o te wā.
Māori Studies is an intellectual discipline within the University, with an academic programme dedicated to the study of te reo me ngā tikanga Māori (the Māori language, Māori customary lore, Māori history, Māori performing arts, Māori education and Māori research) in Aotearoa and Te Waipounamu. The introduction of an immersion Māori language programme from 100- to 400-level based on the Te Whanake series by Professor John C. Moorfield provides a strong foundation for the multidisciplinary offerings of papers which constitute our curriculum.
Māori Studies is an entry point for students and scholars wishing to engage with knowledge about Māori.
- Bachelor of Arts (BA)
- Bachelor of Arts and Science (BASc)
- Bachelor of Arts with Honours (BA(Hons))
- Diploma for Graduates (DipGrad)
- Postgraduate Diploma in Arts Subjects (PGDipArts)
- Master of Arts (MA)
- Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
See the full list of Māori Studies (MAOR) papers.
Bachelor of Arts (BA) majoring in Māori Studies
MAOR 102 Maori Society
MAOR 111 Te Kākano 1
MAOR 112 Te Kākano 2
MAOR 211 Te Pihinga 1
MAOR 212 Te Pihinga 2
MAOR 311 Te Māhuri 1
MAOR 312 Te Māhuri 2
One additional 300-level MAOR paper
180 further points; must include at least 108 points at 200-level or above.
Up to 90 points may be taken from outside Arts
Bachelor of Arts with Honours (BA(Hons)) in Māori Studies
Master of Arts (MA) in Māori Studies
Minor Subject Requirements
Māori Studies as a minor subject for a BA, BPA, BTheol, BSc, BAppSc, BCom or BASc degree
Available as a minor subject for a Bachelor of Arts (BA), Bachelor of Performing Arts (BPA), Bachelor of Theology (BTheol), Bachelor of Science (BSc), Bachelor of Applied Science (BAppSc), Bachelor of Commerce (BCom) or Bachelor of Arts and Science (BASc) degree
|100-level||Two 100-level MAOR papers|| |
|200-level||One 200-level MAOR paper, and one further INDV, MAOR or PACI paper at 200-level or above|| |
|300-level||One 300-level MAOR paper||18|