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2951

SUSTAIN 100G

: Sustainability and Us
2020 Semester Two (1205)
What is sustainability? Discussion of what ‘sustainability’ means, its underpinning values, and the role individuals and organisations play in creating solutions. Students work in groups to investigate a sustainability issue on campus and design a solution, which they present via a film, poster, presentation or model. Examines sustainability issues – water and overpopulation.
Subject: Sustainability
No pre-requisites or restrictions
2952

SUSTAIN 200

: The Sustainable Community
2024 Semester One (1243)
What is the sustainable community? We unpack the nature of complex social and ecological systems with a particular focus on large organisations and cities. Students undertake a group project to enhance their skills in collective decision making, and to develop skills in integrating information and presenting sustainability solutions. Two sustainability issues, such as climate change and fisheries, are discussed in depth.
Subject: Sustainability
Prerequisite: 60 points passed
2953

SUSTAIN 200

: The Sustainable Community
2023 Semester One (1233)
What is the sustainable community? We unpack the nature of complex social and ecological systems with a particular focus on large organisations and cities. Students undertake a group project to enhance their skills in collective decision making, and to develop skills in integrating information and presenting sustainability solutions. Two sustainability issues, such as climate change and fisheries, are discussed in depth.
Subject: Sustainability
Prerequisite: 60 points passed
2954

SUSTAIN 200

: The Sustainable Community
2022 Semester One (1223)
What is the sustainable community? We unpack the nature of complex social and ecological systems with a particular focus on large organisations and cities. Students undertake a group project to enhance their skills in collective decision making, and to develop skills in integrating information and presenting sustainability solutions. Two sustainability issues, such as climate change and fisheries, are discussed in depth.
Subject: Sustainability
Prerequisite: 60 points passed
2955

SUSTAIN 200

: The Sustainable Community
2020 Semester One (1203)
What is the sustainable community? The nature of complex social and ecological systems is unpacked, with a particular focus on the community. Students work in groups to design a game that shows a social or ecological system in play. The issues of food and inequality are considered in depth.
Subject: Sustainability
No pre-requisites or restrictions
2956

SUSTAIN 300

: A Sustainable World
2024 Semester Two (1245)
Is it possible to have a sustainable global system? We focus on large scale social institutions including politics, the media, national and international law and economics. Students undertake a group project to develop skills in researching and integrating information from a range of experts and recommending sustainability solutions to policy makers. Two sustainability issues, such as population and plastic, are discussed in depth.
Subject: Sustainability
Prerequisite: 30 points passed at Stage II
2957

SUSTAIN 300

: A Sustainable World
2022 Semester Two (1225)
Is it possible to have a sustainable global system? We focus on large scale social institutions including politics, the media, national and international law and economics. Students undertake a group project to develop skills in researching and integrating information from a range of experts and recommending sustainability solutions to policy makers. Two sustainability issues, such as population and plastic, are discussed in depth.
Subject: Sustainability
Prerequisite: 30 points passed at Stage II
2958

SUSTAIN 300

: A Sustainable World
2021 Semester Two (1215)
Is it possible to have a sustainable global system? We focus on large scale social institutions including politics, the media, national and international law and economics. Students undertake a group project to develop skills in researching and integrating information from a range of experts and recommending sustainability solutions to policy makers. Two sustainability issues, such as population and plastic, are discussed in depth.
Subject: Sustainability
Prerequisite: 30 points passed at Stage II
2959

TDENVF 100

: Our Environmental Futures: Te Taiao Tāngata
2024 Semester Two (1245)
Explores the complex relationships between environmental systems and humans. Working in teams, students examine environmental, social, economic and cultural perspectives in the real-world contexts of waitā (sea), waitī (freshwater) and whenua (land). Students will respond to environmental issues by recognising ora (wellbeing) and Ki Uta ki Tai (the interconnectedness of ecosystems) and develop a transdisciplinary mindset to tackle current and future environmental challenges.
Subject: Transdisciplinary Environmental Futures
No pre-requisites or restrictions
2960

TFCBIO 91F

: Foundation Biology 1
2024 Semester One (1243)
An introduction to biological sciences with an emphasis on organism diversity, which includes bacteria, plants, fungi and animals. Fundamentals of classification, ecology and evolution are introduced and the study of a current topic in biology is used to develop research and critical thinking skills. Practical classes are both laboratory-based and field based.
Subject: TFC Biological Sciences
Restriction: BIOSCI 91F, 91P
2961

TFCBIO 91F

: Foundation Biology 1
2023 Semester One (1233)
An introduction to biological sciences with an emphasis on organism diversity, which includes bacteria, plants, fungi and animals. Fundamentals of classification, ecology and evolution are introduced and the study of a current topic in biology is used to develop research and critical thinking skills. Practical classes are both laboratory-based and field based.
Subject: TFC Biological Sciences
Restriction: BIOSCI 91F, 91P
2962

TFCBIO 91F

: Foundation Biology 1
2022 Semester One (1223)
An introduction to biological sciences with an emphasis on organism diversity, which includes bacteria, plants, fungi and animals. Fundamentals of classification, ecology and evolution are introduced and the study of a current topic in biology is used to develop research and critical thinking skills. Practical classes are both laboratory-based and field based.
Subject: TFC Biological Sciences
Restriction: BIOSCI 91F, 91P
2963

TFCBIO 92F

: Foundation Biology 2
2024 Semester Two (1245)
Concepts introduced in TFCBIO 91F are further developed with an emphasis on the structures and processes of living things at cellular and molecular levels. Cell biology, genetic principles and biochemistry are explored and further developed in a human biological context. Laboratories focus on students developing key practical skills.
Subject: TFC Biological Sciences
Restriction: BIOSCI 91F, 92F, 91P, 92P
2964

TFCBIO 92F

: Foundation Biology 2
2023 Semester Two (1235)
Concepts introduced in TFCBIO 91F are further developed with an emphasis on the structures and processes of living things at cellular and molecular levels. Cell biology, genetic principles and biochemistry are explored and further developed in a human biological context. Laboratories focus on students developing key practical skills.
Subject: TFC Biological Sciences
Restriction: BIOSCI 91F, 92F, 91P, 92P
2965

TFCCHEM 91F

: Foundation Chemistry 1
2024 Semester One (1243)
Introduction to elements, compounds, the periodic table, atomic structure, covalent bonding, molecular shape and polarity. Quantitative chemistry, including balancing equations, calculating moles and particles present, calculation of concentration in mol L-1. Energy and thermo-chemistry. Laboratories include practical skills and qualitative analysis, and simple modelling.
Subject: TFC Chemistry
Restriction: CHEM 91F, 91P
2966

TFCCHEM 91F

: Foundation Chemistry 1
2023 Semester One (1233)
Introduction to elements, compounds, the periodic table, atomic structure, covalent bonding, molecular shape and polarity. Quantitative chemistry, including balancing equations, calculating moles and particles present, calculation of concentration in mol L-1. Energy and thermo-chemistry. Laboratories include practical skills and qualitative analysis, and simple modelling.
Subject: TFC Chemistry
Restriction: CHEM 91F, 91P
2967

TFCCHEM 91F

: Foundation Chemistry 1
2022 Semester One (1223)
Introduction to elements, compounds, the periodic table, atomic structure, covalent bonding, molecular shape and polarity. Quantitative chemistry, including balancing equations, calculating moles and particles present, calculation of concentration in mol L-1. Energy and thermo-chemistry. Laboratories include practical skills and qualitative analysis, and simple modelling.
Subject: TFC Chemistry
Restriction: CHEM 91F, 91P
2968

TFCCHEM 91F

: Foundation Chemistry 1
2021 Semester One (1213)
Introduction to elements, compounds, the periodic table, atomic structure, covalent bonding, molecular shape and polarity. Quantitative chemistry, including balancing equations, calculating moles and particles present, calculation of concentration in mol L-1. Energy and thermo-chemistry. Laboratories include practical skills and qualitative analysis, and simple modelling.
Subject: TFC Chemistry
Restriction: CHEM 91F, 91P
2969

TFCCHEM 91F

: Foundation Chemistry 1
2020 Semester One (1203)
Introduction to elements, compounds, the periodic table, atomic structure, covalent bonding, molecular shape and polarity. Quantitative chemistry, including balancing equations, calculating moles and particles present, calculation of concentration in mol L-1. Energy and thermo-chemistry. Laboratories include practical skills and qualitative analysis, and simple modelling.
Subject: TFC Chemistry
Restriction: CHEM 91F, 91P
2970

TFCCHEM 92F

: Foundation Chemistry 2
2024 Semester Two (1245)
Introduces further principles of chemistry. Physical chemistry and qualitative inorganic analysis, including chemical kinetics and chemical equilibrium. Organic chemistry, including hydrocarbons, oxygen-containing functional groups, isomerism and reaction classifications, acids, bases, buffer solutions and titrations. Laboratories include reactions of hydrocarbon and oxygen-containing organic compounds, chromatography, testing for anions and cations in solution, acid-base titrations.
Subject: TFC Chemistry
Restriction: CHEM 92F
2971

TFCCHEM 92F

: Foundation Chemistry 2
2023 Semester Two (1235)
Introduces further principles of chemistry. Physical chemistry and qualitative inorganic analysis, including chemical kinetics and chemical equilibrium. Organic chemistry, including hydrocarbons, oxygen-containing functional groups, isomerism and reaction classifications, acids, bases, buffer solutions and titrations. Laboratories include reactions of hydrocarbon and oxygen-containing organic compounds, chromatography, testing for anions and cations in solution, acid-base titrations.
Subject: TFC Chemistry
Restriction: CHEM 92F
2972

TFCCHEM 92F

: Foundation Chemistry 2
2022 Semester Two (1225)
Introduces further principles of chemistry. Physical chemistry and qualitative inorganic analysis, including chemical kinetics and chemical equilibrium. Organic chemistry, including hydrocarbons, oxygen-containing functional groups, isomerism and reaction classifications, acids, bases, buffer solutions and titrations. Laboratories include reactions of hydrocarbon and oxygen-containing organic compounds, chromatography, testing for anions and cations in solution, acid-base titrations.
Subject: TFC Chemistry
Restriction: CHEM 92F
2973

TFCCHEM 92F

: Foundation Chemistry 2
2021 Semester Two (1215)
Introduces further principles of chemistry. Physical chemistry and qualitative inorganic analysis, including chemical kinetics and chemical equilibrium. Organic chemistry, including hydrocarbons, oxygen-containing functional groups, isomerism and reaction classifications, acids, bases, buffer solutions and titrations. Laboratories include reactions of hydrocarbon and oxygen-containing organic compounds, chromatography, testing for anions and cations in solution, acid-base titrations.
Subject: TFC Chemistry
Restriction: CHEM 92F
2974

TFCCHEM 92F

: Foundation Chemistry 2
2020 Semester Two (1205)
Introduces further principles of chemistry. Physical chemistry and qualitative inorganic analysis, including chemical kinetics and chemical equilibrium. Organic chemistry, including hydrocarbons, oxygen-containing functional groups, isomerism and reaction classifications, acids, bases, buffer solutions and titrations. Laboratories include reactions of hydrocarbon and oxygen-containing organic compounds, chromatography, testing for anions and cations in solution, acid-base titrations.
Subject: TFC Chemistry
Restriction: CHEM 92F
2975

TFCENV 91F

: Geography
2024 Semester One (1243)
How does geography effect both how we live today and our future? An introduction to human and physical geography with an emphasis on population, migration, social inequality, uneven development, climate change, sustainability and geospatial thinking. We Eexamines these geographical topics using a variety of local and global case studies.
Subject: Tertiary Foundation Certificate Environmental Stud
No pre-requisites or restrictions