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Career pathways papers – Government and public administration

Some examples of government and public administration careers include:

  • international relation specialist
  • negotiator
  • analyst
  • advisor in local (city council) and national organisations – MFAT, MBIE
  • Immigration New Zealand
  • Department of Internal Affairs
  • Ministry of Māori Development

100-level papers

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200-level papers

  • GLBL201 Cultures of the Environment
  • GLBL202 A World of Stories: Global Storytelling in the Digital Age
  • GLBL211 Global China
  • ECON206 The World Economy
  • ECON207 Environmental Economics
  • EDUC211 The Institutions of Childhood
  • ENGL227 Essay and Feature Writing
  • GEND201 Introduction to Feminist Theory
  • GEND206 Gender, Work and Consumer Culture
  • GEND208 Governing Bodies
  • GEOG210 Social Geography
  • GEOG215 Urban Geography
  • GEOG276 Geographies of Contestation, Action and Change
  • GEOG280 Research Methodology in Human Geography
  • MAOR202 Māori and Tikanga
  • MANT252 Developing Responsible Leadership
  • MATS204 Treasure or Trash: Sustainability of Materials
  • POLS213 NZ Foreign Policy
  • POLS217 War and Politics
  • POLS218 Interventions, Peacekeeping and the Global South
  • POLS216 Politics of the European Union
  • POLS228 Contemporary Issues in Global Politics
  • POLS250 International Security in a Globalising World
  • TOUR219 Destination Management

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300-level papers

  • GLBL303 Applied Research Project
  • HUMS301 Internship Practicum
  • GEOG384 Urban Geography
  • GLBL301 Cultures of the Environment (Advanced)
  • GLBL302 A World of Stories: Global Storytelling in the Digital Age (Advanced)
  • INDV301 Māori and Indigenous Development: Governance and Ethics
  • MANT330 Leadership and Change
  • MANT343 Negotiation and Dispute Resolution
  • MANT337 Organisations and Sustainability
  • POLS312 Ethics and International Relations
  • POLS315 Nationalism and Identity
  • POLS325 International Relations: Concepts and Theories
  • SOCI319 The Global Politics of Food
  • SOCI310 Social Movements and Popular Protest

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