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Completing a university qualification provides a basis for you to build a career and make a valuable contribution to Māori development. This page includes information and links to our Māori-focused qualifications.
You can also view a list of all of our qualifications.
Maori Studies introduces you to te ao Māori, the Māori world, and will give you a sound background in Māori language, visual arts, Aotearoa heritage and Māori policy and development.
With a Massey Diploma in Arts Te Reo Māori you’ll be able to use New Zealand’s indigenous language, and participate in a Māori language community in ways that reinforce the everyday use of Te Reo.
Join the only degree in New Zealand that will give you specific skills in Māori agribusiness.
With a Massey BA (Māori Studies) you’ll acquire knowledge of Māori society and culture, particularly the significance of te reo Māori, whakapapa and korero tuku iho (Māori narratives) to Māori worldviews.
Massey was the first - and is still the only - University to offer degrees in Maori Visual Arts.
With Massey’s Bachelor of Arts with Honours (Māori studies), you can take your undergraduate study of Māori studies further.
There is an urgent need for Māori graduates of high quality and particularly Te Reo Māori graduates who can develop the nation's young Māori people.
The Graduate Diploma in Arts (Māori Studies) will give you the equivalent of an undergraduate major in Māori studies without completing a second bachelor’s degree.
Take your Māori studies to the next level. With Massey’s Postgraduate Diploma in Arts (Māori Studies) you can build on your undergraduate interests.
Make a difference in Māori education. Prepare to be at the forefront of learning and teaching with advanced study in Māori education.
An understanding of Māori language and culture is key to shaping the social, political and economic future of our nation.
Make a difference in Māori education. Prepare to be at the forefront of learning and teaching with a Master of Education (Māori Education).
Through advanced studies in a specialised focus subject, the Master of Health Sciences offers students an opportunity to pursue research within the area of health sciences.
Page authorised by Office of the Deputy Vice-Chancellor Māori
Last updated on Monday 10 September 2018