This honours programme will build on the Bachelor of Arts (Māori) giving you advanced knowledge and understanding of the historical foundations and contemporary formations of Māori society to give you that extra edge.
On achieving the Bachelor of Arts (Māori) Honours you’ll be able to undertake study and research and using Te reo Māori as a medium of academic discourse, demonstrate the skills needed to acquire, understand and assess information to express sound academic ideas, express yourself freely within appropriate academic protocols and understand the position of Māori in Aotearoa New Zealand in terms of the historical and contemporary context.
Tash Hau, Bachelor of Arts Honours (Māori) – Te Pikitanga Ki Awarua
“Ko te whakapono ki a koe anō te ngako o te angitu”
“Self-belief is the essence of success”
Sally holds a part-time cross disciplinary position and works on a number of research and evaluation projects. She has been conducting qualitative health research and evaluation for many years in both academic and community settings in Auckland, Tairāwhiti and Hawke’s Bay.
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