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These regulations are to be read in conjunction with all other Statutes and Regulations of the University including General Regulations for Postgraduate Degrees, Postgraduate Diplomas, and Postgraduate Certificates.
1. Admission to the Postgraduate Diploma in Māori Visual Arts requires that the candidate will meet the University admission requirements as specified; and will:
(a) have been awarded or qualified for a Bachelor of Māori Visual Arts, or equivalent; or
(b) have been awarded or qualified for a relevant Bachelor's degree, or equivalent, and provide evidence of professional experience of an appropriate kind and duration in an area relevant to the qualification; or
(c) have been granted admission under the Admission with Equivalent Status regulations and demonstrate practical, professional, and scholarly experience at an appropriate level.
2. In considering applications for admission to the Postgraduate Diploma in Māori Visual Arts, the University shall pay due regard to indigenous systems for the acquisition of knowledge and shall apply a fair, large and liberal interpretation to the concepts of "scholarly experience" and "academic work".
3. Candidates for the Postgraduate Diploma in Māori Visual Arts shall follow a flexible course of study, which shall consist of courses totalling at least 120 credits at 700-level, comprising:
(a) courses selected from the Schedule for the Diploma;
(b) attending contact workshops, block courses, field trips, studios, workshops, tutorials and laboratories as required
4. The Postgraduate Diploma in Māori Visual Arts is awarded without an endorsement.
5. In cases of sufficient merit, the Postgraduate Diploma in Māori Visual Arts may be awarded with distinction or merit
6. The timeframes for completion as outlined in the General Regulations for Postgraduate Qualification Degrees, Postgraduate Diplomas and Postgraduate Certificates will apply.
7. Candidates may be graduated when they meet the Admission, Qualification and Academic Requirements within the prescribed time frames; candidates who do not meet the requirements for graduation, may, subject to the approval of Academic Board, be awarded the Postgraduate Certificate in Creative Arts should they meet the relevant Qualification requirements.
8. The general Unsatisfactory Academic Progress regulations will apply.
150.707 Te Tataitanga Matatau: Advanced Studio Practice 90 credits
150.720 Rangahau Whakairo: Pre-thesis Practicum 120 credits
150.701 Tino Rangatiratanga: Strategic Māori Development 30 credits
150.711 Te Tau-Ihu o te Reo: Advanced Māori Literature 30 credits
150.714 Ta Te Māori Rangahau Korero: Māori Research Methodologies 30 credits
150.715 Taonga Tuku Iho: Heritage Aotearoa 30 credits
167.742 Collection Management 30 credits
167.743 Museum Management 30 credits
167.744 Museums and the Public 30 credits
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Last updated on Tuesday 08 October 2019