Find out what undergraduate study in Māori Studies involves.
The Stage I courses you can take as part of Māori Studies.
The Stage II courses you can take as part of Māori Studies.
The Stage III courses you can take as part of Māori Studies.
Information about postgraduate programmes in Māori Studies.
The postgraduate courses you can take as part of Māori Studies.
Information about PhD study and doctoral research areas.
The subject Māori Studies is located within the Department of Māori Studies.
Māori Studies will enable you to develop a rich appreciation and knowledge of Māori language and culture.
You can choose from different aspects of Māori Studies to suit your interests and goals. Study opportunities include Māori language, Māori and the media, material culture, history, development, politics, and Māori performing arts (kapa haka).
Māori Studies and your career
Māori Studies can prepare you for a career in teaching, translation, research, media, iwi development, central and local government. You could work as an iwi adviser or administrator, consultant or policy analyst.
Study options in Māori Studies
Māori Studies is available for both undergraduate and postgraduate programmes, and is taught by the Department of Māori Studies.