Tertiary Pathways 2022

Arts Programme

Recommended school subjects

Bachelor of Arts (BA)

Students will be selected on the basis of their rank score. There are no specific subjects required for admission. However any of the following subjects are recommended: Languages, Classical Studies, Drama, Economics, English, Geography, History, History of Art, Mathematics, Media Studies, Music, Social Studies, Calculus, Statistics, Te Reo Māori, Te Reo Rangatira.

Business Programme Bachelor of Commerce (BCom)

School subjects required and/or recommended

Students will be selected on the basis of their rank score.

Bachelor of Property (BProp)

Recommended subjects for BCom and BProp: Year 13 Statistics and/or Calculus, or Mathematics, are recommended.

Prior study in Accounting and Economics is beneficial but not essential.

Creative Arts and Industries Programme School subjects required and/or recommended Bachelor of Architectural Studies (BAS)

Students will be selected on the basis of their rank score and a portfolio of creative work including a written statement. There are no specific subject requirements, however an English-rich/Te Reo Māori subject is strongly recommended and Mathematics, Physics, and/or Digital Technologies is recommended. Art, Design, Technology or equivalent subjects are advisable. Students will be selected on the basis of their rank score, CV, written statement and an interview/audition. There are no specific subject requirements. NCEA Level 3 Dance or equivalent offers useful preparation.

Bachelor of Dance Studies (BDanceSt) Bachelor of Design (BDes) Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) Bachelor of Music (BMus) – Creative Practice: Classical, Composition, Jazz or Popular Music – Music Studies. Bachelor of Urban Planning (Honours) (BUrbPlan(Hons))

Students will be selected on the basis of their rank score.

Students will be selected on the bases of their rank score. There are no specific subject requirements, however Art, Design, Technology or equivalent subjects are recommended. Students for a Creative Practice specialisation (Classical, Jazz and Popular Music only) will be selected on the basis of their rank score and audition. A specialisation in Composition or Music Studies has no audition or portfolio requirements. Musical Literacy equivalent to NCEA credits in Level 3 Music Studies or Practical Music, or high grades in NCEA Level 2 Music or Grade 6 Music Theory, are recommended.

Students will be selected on the basis of their rank score. There are no specific subject requirements, however English-rich subjects are recommended in preparation.

Education and Social Work Programme Recommended school subjects Bachelor of Education – Teaching (BEd(Tchg)) • Primary, Huarahi Māori,

Students will be selected on the basis of their rank score, interview, police check, and referees’ reports. There are no specific subjects required for admission, however any of the following are recommended: Languages, Classical Studies, Economics, English, Geography, History, History of Art, Mathematics, Science (Biology, Chemistry, Physics), Technology, Te Reo Māori, Te Reo Rangatira, Visual Arts. A high standard of oral and written English is important. For the Huarahi Māori specialisation, written and oral fluency in te reo Māori will be assessed to the proficiency descriptors of the Taura Whiri i te Reo proficiency framework.

Early Childhood specialisations

Bachelor of Education - Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (BEd(TESOL))*

Bachelor of Social Work (BSW)

Bachelor of Sport, Health and Physical Education (BSportHPE)*

* An interview, police check and referees’ reports not required.

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