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Stage I courses

EDUC 113 Current Issues in Education

EDUC 114 Introduction to Māori Education

EDUC 115 Introduction to Child and Adolescent

Development

EDUC 116 Introduction to Educational Thought

EDUC 117 Teaching and Learning: An

Educational Psychological Perspective

EDUC 121 How People Learn

EDUC 122 Learning Sexualities

www.arts.auckland.ac.nz/education

Employment Relations and

Organisation Studies

We seek to understand organisations and the

relations between people in them. You can

examine questions about business, employment

and society, and study topics that are at the

heart of any experience of work.

Stage I courses

You may take any two courses in Anthropology

or Sociology.

www.arts.auckland.ac.nz/employment- relations

English

You can take courses in reading, writing and

thinking about texts written in English, from

the classics of English and American literature

to exciting imaginative writing across the

world today. You can develop sophisticated

reading and writing skills and gain an in-depth

knowledge of cultural history.

Stage I courses

ENGLISH 101 Literature and the Contemporary

ENGLISH 102 Great Books: Seduction and

Betrayal

ENGLISH 105 Writing Worlds

ENGLISH 109 Drama on Stage and Screen

ENGLISH 112 Global Literatures: Contested

Spaces

ENGLISH 121 Reading/Writing/Text

LINGUIST 103 Introduction to English Linguistics

www.arts.auckland.ac.nz/english

Ethnomusicology

Ethnomusicology is the study of music in culture

and society. You can learn about popular,

traditional and classical musics from around

the world. Our students have studied topics

ranging from Pacific record labels to Japanese

performance groups.

Available as BA minor only.

Stage I courses

ANTHRO 103 Musics of the World in Everyday

Life

ANTHRO 106 Issues and History in Popular

Music

www.arts.auckland.ac.nz/ethnomusicology

European Studies

European Studies includes courses from a

number of disciplines in the Faculty of Arts

that focus on different aspects of Europe and

European culture, history, politics and thought.

Stage I courses

ANCHIST 102 Ancient Greek History

ANCHIST 103 Roman History

ARTHIST 106 Images and Ideas: Art since

Antiquity

ARTHIST 107 The Renaissance: Art and the City

ARTHIST 109 Shock of the Modern: Monet to

Warhol

CLASSICS 110 Classical Mythology through

Tragedy

CLASSICS 120 Philosophy of Ancient Greece

and Rome

CLASSICS 130 Love and Death in Greek and

Roman Literature

EUROPEAN 100 Europe and the World

GERMAN 130 Germany on Screen: Modern

German Cultural History through Film

HISTORY 102 Sexual Histories: Western

Sexualities from Medieval to Modern Times

HISTORY 106 Europe Transformed: Pre-modern

to the Present

HISTORY 125 War, Peace and Society

MUS 140 Writing about Music

PHIL 152 Philosophy and Theories of Human

Nature

POLITICS 109 Foundations of Western Politics

and Law

SPANISH 103 Iberian and Latin American

Civilisations

THEOREL 100 Origins of Christianity

And selected language acquisition courses.

www.arts.auckland.ac.nz/european

French

Widely spoken on five continents, French is

one of the major languages of diplomacy and

international organisations. You can not only

develop language skills, but also a knowledge of

the culture, history and literature of France and

the French-speaking world.

Stage I courses

FRENCH 101 Introductory French Language 1

FRENCH 102 Introductory French Language 2

EUROPEAN 100 Europe and the World

www.arts.auckland.ac.nz/french

Gender Studies

Gender Studies considers topics on women,

sexuality and gender relations across a wide

range of areas, including society, politics,

history, arts, education and literature.

Stage I courses

GENDER 100 Gender and the Culture of

Everyday Life

ENGLISH 102 Great Books: Seduction and

Betrayal

HISTORY 102 Sexual Histories: Western

Sexualities from Medieval to Modern Times

SOCIOL 100 Issues and Themes in Sociology

www.arts.auckland.ac.nz/gender

Geography

Geographers ask questions about society and

the environment. You can study how cities are

shaped; how global issues affect local places;

the social, environmental and economic factors

that shape people and places; coastal and

river processes; why climate is important; and

predicting environmental hazards.