Te Hiranga Māori/The Certificate
in Māori Studies
|The aim of this programme is to provide
a programme of study in Māori language and aspects of Māori
culture and history up to the level of second year university papers.|
|The programme is administered by a
Te Hiranga Māori programme committee.|
|The entry requirements for Te Hiranga
Māori are as for bachelors degrees of the University.|
Regulations for Te Hiranga Māori
||The programme of study for
the certificate shall comprise at least 105 points, normally taken
over a period of at least three years.
||The prescriptions for the papers shall be defined in
the University of Waikato Calendar.
||The programme will be offered at such centres as the
University may from time to time decide.
||A candidate who has successfully completed Te Hiranga
Māori may apply on the appropriate form to the Director
of the Student and Academic Services Division to credit certificate
papers towards a bachelors degree of the University, provided that any
such papers shall comply with the regulations for the degree in
question. The application must be accompanied by the prescribed
fee. A maximum of 45 points at Level 1 and 60 points at Level 2
may be credited in this way. A candidate who wishes to credit more
than 30 points in terms of this regulation will be required to surrender
the certificate before the credit will be awarded.
||A candidate who has successfully completed the certificate
and who does not wish to surrender it, may apply to cross-credit
up to 30 points at Level 1 from the certificate to a bachelors degree
of the University. The application must be accompanied by the prescribed