Limitations Schedule B - Limited Entry Courses

(admission by selection)

Faculty of Arts

Section 1: Identified courses with specific academic standards and other selection criteria

Students will be selected for enrolment into the following courses, up to the specified maximum number of places available, on the basis of selection criteria available from the relevant faculty.

Course Approved Limit
Academic English Studies
ACADENG 104 (S1) 150
ACADENG 104 (S2) 120
Anthropology
ANTHRO 317 16
Arts Scholars  
ARTSCHOL 100 A & B 80
Drama
DRAMA 202 A & B 35
DRAMA 301 35
English
ENGLISH 343
25
ENGLISH 344   18
Museums
MUSEUMS 702 16
Politics and International Relations
POLITICS 708 40
POLITICS 709 40
POLITICS 710 40
POLITICS 773 
30
POLITICS 774 15
Public Policy
POLICY 742 (on campus only) 50
Screen Production
SCREEN 200   40
SCREEN 300 21
SCREEN 301   40
SCREEN 302   21
SCREEN 303 30
SCREEN 700   18
SCREEN 701 18
SCREEN 712    18
SCREEN 714 18

Section 2: Identified courses without specific prerequisite academic standards or other selection criteria

Students will be selected for enrolment into the following courses, up to the specified maximum number of places available, on a first in, first enrolled basis:

Course Approved Limit
Language Teaching and Learning
LANGTCHG 311   24

Section 3: All other scheduled courses

All other scheduled courses offered by the Faculty of Arts shall also be deemed to be limited due to an insufficiency of accommodation.  The limit will be determined by the maximum capacity of the room(s) allocated to the class(es) associated with each course through the University’s timetable process in accordance with the Academic Timetable Policy. Where laboratory sessions or compulsory tutorials are scheduled, the ability to accommodate these sessions for the course or the overall enrolment number will be the limiting factor, depending on which presents the tightest constraint. It is not possible to set the numerical limits for these courses in advance, but the University will seek to accommodate as many students as possible.  Students will be selected for enrolment on a first in, first enrolled basis, until the maximum capacity has been reached.  Oversight of the process will be provided by the Associate Dean (Academic) in the first instance.

Faculty of Business and Economics

Section 1: Identified courses with specific prerequisite academic standards and other selection criteria

Students will be selected for enrolment into the following courses, up to the specified maximum number of places available, on the basis of selection criteria available from the relevant faculty.

Course Approved Limit
Economics
ECON 152, (SS, S1, S2)
200 (Non-Business students)
Information Systems
INFOSYS 300 60
Management
MGMT 309 (S1) 120
MGMT 309 (S2) 120
Operations Management
OPSMGT 357 200
OPSMGT 357   30 (Non-Business students)

 

Section 2: Identified courses without specific prerequisite academic standards or other selection criteria

Students will be selected for enrolment into the following courses, up to the specified maximum number of places available, on a first in, first enrolled basis:

Information Systems
INFOSYS 735 50
Innovation  
INNOVATE 100G (S1) 120
INNOVATE 100G (S2) 120  
Management  
MGMT 302 (S2) 60
Operations Management
OPSMGT 757 (S1) 50
OPSMGT 757 (S2) 50

Section 3: All other scheduled courses

All other scheduled courses offered by the Faculty of Business and Economics shall also be deemed to be limited due to an insufficiency of accommodation.  The limit will be determined by the maximum capacity of the room(s) allocated to the class(es) associated with each course through the University’s timetable process in accordance with the Academic Timetable Policy. Where laboratory sessions or compulsory tutorials are scheduled, the ability to accommodate these sessions for the course or the overall enrolment number will be the limiting factor, depending on which presents the tightest constraint. It is not possible to set the numerical limits for these courses in advance, but the University will seek to accommodate as many students as possible.  Students will be selected for enrolment on a first in, first enrolled basis, until the maximum capacity has been reached.  Oversight of the process will be provided by the Associate Dean (Academic Programmes) in the first instance.

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Faculty of Creative Arts and Industries

 

Section 1: Identified courses with specific prerequisite academic standards and other selection criteria

Students will be selected for enrolment into the following courses, up to the specified maximum number of places available, on the basis of selection criteria available from the relevant faculty.

None identified.

 

Section 2: Identified courses without specific prerequisite academic standards or other selection criteria

Students will be selected for enrolment into the following courses, up to the specified maximum number of places available, on a first in, first enrolled basis:

Course Approved Limit

Architectural Design

 

ARCHDES 700

115
Architectural History, Theory and Criticism  
ARCHHTC 102G
50  
ARCHHTC 237
160  
ARCHHTC 700 20 in each offering
ARCHHTC 701 20 in each offering
ARCHHTC 703 20 in each offering
ARCHHTC 704 20 in each offering
Architectural Media  
ARCHDRC 700 20 in each offering
ARCHDRC 701 20 in each offering
ARCHDRC 702 20 in each offering
ARCHDRC 703 20 in each offering
Architectural Professional Studies  
ARCHPRM 702 20 in each offering
ARCHPRM 703 20 in each offering
Architectural Technology
 
ARCHTECH 707 20 in each offering
ARCHTECH 708 20 in each offering
ARCHTECH 709 20 in each offering
ARCHTECH 710 20 in each offering
Architecture General  
ARCHGEN 714 20 in each offering
ARCHGEN 715 20 in each offering
ARCHGEN 733 20 in each offering

Dance

DANCE 101, 101G (SS, S1, S2)

60 in each offering  

DANCE 200, 200G

30  
Fine Arts
FINEARTS 110 (S1) 80
FINEARTS 110 (S2) 64
Urban Planning  
URBPLAN 101/101G 150  

 

Section 3: All other scheduled courses

All other scheduled courses offered by the Faculty of Creative Arts and Industries shall also be deemed to be limited due to an insufficiency of accommodation.  The limit will be determined by the maximum capacity of the room(s) allocated to the class(es) associated with each course through the University’s timetable process in accordance with the Academic Timetable Policy. Where laboratory sessions or compulsory tutorials are scheduled, the ability to accommodate these sessions for the course or the overall enrolment number will be the limiting factor, depending on which presents the tightest constraint. It is not possible to set the numerical limits for these courses in advance, but the University will seek to accommodate as many students as possible.  Students will be selected for enrolment on a first in, first enrolled basis, until the maximum capacity has been reached.  Oversight of the process will be provided by the Associate Dean (Academic) or delegate in the first instance.

 

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Faculty of Education and Social Work

Section 1: Identified courses with specific prerequisite academic standards and other selection criteria

Students will be selected for enrolment into the following courses, up to the specified maximum number of places available, on the basis of selection criteria available from the relevant faculty.

Course Approved Limit
Professional Supervision
EDPROFST 706 30
PROFSUPV 700 (S1) 25
PROFSUPV 700 (S2) 25

 

Section 2: Identified courses without specific prerequisite academic standards or other selection criteria

Students will be selected for enrolment into the following courses, up to the specified maximum number of places available, on a first in, first enrolled basis:

None identified.

 

 

Section 3: All other scheduled courses

All other scheduled courses offered by the Faculty of Education and Social Work shall also be deemed to be limited due to an insufficiency of accommodation.  The limit will be determined by the maximum capacity of the room(s) allocated to the class(es) associated with each course through the University’s timetable process in accordance with the Academic Timetable Policy. Where laboratory sessions or compulsory tutorials are scheduled, the ability to accommodate these sessions for the course or the overall enrolment number will be the limiting factor, depending on which presents the tightest constraint. It is not possible to set the numerical limits for these courses in advance, but the University will seek to accommodate as many students as possible.  Students will be selected for enrolment on a first in, first enrolled basis, until the maximum capacity has been reached.  Oversight of the process will be provided by the Deputy Dean in the first instance.

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Faculty of Engineering

Section 1: Identified courses with specific prerequisite academic standards and other selection criteria

Students will be selected for enrolment into the following courses, up to the specified maximum number of places available, on the basis of selection criteria available from the relevant faculty.

Course Approved Limit
Civil Engineering
CIVIL 703 (S1) 120
CIVIL 703 (S2) 120
Computer Systems Engineering  
COMPSYS 306 80
Electrical and Electronic Engineering  
ELECTENG 734 60
Engineering General  
ENGGEN 730 (S1) 65
ENGGEN 730 (S2) 65
ENGGEN 731 80
ENGGEN 741 25
Mechanical Engineering  
MECHENG 707 25
Software Engineering  

SOFTENG 701

100

SOFTENG 751

70

SOFTENG 754

70

SOFTENG 761

70

SOFTENG 762

40

Section 2: Identified courses without specific prerequisite academic standards or other selection criteria

Students will be selected for enrolment into the following courses, up to the specified maximum number of places available, on a first in, first enrolled basis:

Course Approved Limit
Energy Technology  
GEOTHERM 601 45
GEOTHERM 602 45
GEOTHERM 603 45
GEOTHERM 620 45
Environmental Engineering
ENVENG 752 20
Mechanical Engineering  
MECHENG 709 50
MECHENG 710 10
MECHENG 735 36
MECHENG 752 30

 

Section 3: All other scheduled courses

All other scheduled courses offered by the Faculty of Engineering shall also be deemed to be limited due to an insufficiency of accommodation.  The limit will be determined by the maximum capacity of the room(s) allocated to the class(es) associated with each course through the University’s timetable process in accordance with the Academic Timetable Policy. Where laboratory sessions or compulsory tutorials are scheduled, the ability to accommodate these sessions for the course or the overall enrolment number will be the limiting factor, depending on which presents the tightest constraint. It is not possible to set the numerical limits for these courses in advance, but the University will seek to accommodate as many students as possible.  Students will be selected for enrolment on a first in, first enrolled basis, until the maximum capacity has been reached.  Oversight of the process will be provided by Prof Rosalind Archer, the Deputy Dean  in the first instance.

 

 

 

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Faculty of Law

Section 1: Identified courses with specific prerequisite academic standards and other selection criteria

Students will be selected for enrolment into the following courses, up to the specified maximum number of places available, on the basis of selection criteria available from the relevant faculty.

Course Approved Limit
Law
LAW 201 470
LAW 211 470
LAW 231 470
LAW 241 470
LAW 298 490
Law Commercial
LAWCOMM 701–797 25 per course
Law Environmental
LAWENVIR 701–779 25 per course
Law General
LAWGENRL 421 70
LAWGENRL 424 52
LAWGENRL 434 30
LAWGENRL 456 36
LAWGENRL 701–774 25 per course
Law Honours
LAWHONS 702 25
LAWHONS 706 25 
LAWHONS 722 25
LAWHONS 728 25
LAWHONS 734–736 25 per course
LAWHONS 741 25
LAWHONS 746 25
LAWHONS 748/LAWCOMM 775 30
LAWHONS 749/LAWENVIR 737 30
LAWHONS 750 25
LAWHONS 751 25
LAWHONS 752 25
Law Public
LAWPUBL 461 16
LAWPUBL 701–779 25 per course

 

Section 2: Identified courses without specific prerequisite academic standards or other selection criteria

Students will be selected for enrolment into the following courses, up to the specified maximum number of places available, on a first in first enrolled basis:

None identified.

 

 

Section 3: All other scheduled courses

All other scheduled courses offered by the Faculty of Law shall be deemed to be limited due to an insufficiency of accommodation.  The limit will be determined by the maximum capacity of the room(s) allocated to the classes) associated with each course through the University’s timetable process in accordance with the Academic Timetable Policy. Where laboratory sessions or compulsory tutorials are scheduled, the ability to accommodate these sessions for the course or the overall enrolment number will be the limiting factor, depending on which presents the tightest constraint. It is not possible to set the numerical limits for these courses in advance, but the University will seek to accommodate as many students as possible.  Students will be selected for enrolment on a first in, first enrolled basis, until the maximum capacity has been reached.  Oversight of the process will be provided by the Associate Dean Academic in the first instance.

 

 

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Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences

Section 1: Identified courses with specific prerequisite academic standards and other selection criteria

Students will be selected for enrolment into the following courses, up to the specified maximum number of places available, on the basis of selection criteria available from the relevant faculty.

Course Approved Limit
Clinical Imaging
CLINIMAG 709 6 per semester
Health Psychology
HLTHPSYC 122 520
HLTHPSYC 714 15
HLTHPSYC 715 18

HLTHPSYC 717

18
HLTHPSYC 719 18
HLTHPSYC 720 18

HLTHPSYC 758

18
Māori Health
MAORIHTH 201 120
MAORIHTH 301 90
MAORIHTH 701 100
Medical Imaging  
MEDIMAGE 300 20 
MEDIMAGE 302 50
Medical Science
MEDSCI 142 1400
MEDSCI 201 150
MEDSCI 202 240
MEDSCI 203 300
MEDSCI 204 216
MEDSCI 205 400
MEDSCI 206 250
MEDSCI 300 20
MEDSCI 301 60
MEDSCI 302 60
MEDSCI 309 72
MEDSCI 311 72
MEDSCI 312 95
MEDSCI 313 80
MEDSCI 314 60
MEDSCI 315 100
MEDSCI 316 115
MEDSCI 317 115
MEDSCI 318

96

MEDSCI 319

96

MEDSCI 320

72

MEDSCI 321 12
MEDSCI 700 20
MEDSCI 703 30
MEDSCI 704 20
MEDSCI 705 25
MEDSCI 706 25
MEDSCI 707 20
MEDSCI 708 25
MEDSCI 713 24
MEDSCI 714 24
MEDSCI 715 16
MEDSCI 716 20
MEDSCI 717 20
MEDSCI 719 16
MEDSCI 720 25
MEDSCI 721 16
MEDSCI 722 24
MEDSCI 723 16
MEDSCI 727 20
MEDSCI 729 20
MEDSCI 730 20
MEDSCI 731 20
MEDSCI 732 20
MEDSCI 733 14
MEDSCI 734 20
MEDSCI 735 16
MEDSCI 737 25
MEDSCI 739 20
MEDSCI 740 20
MEDSCI 741 15
MEDSCI 742 15
MEDSCI 743 50
MEDSCI 744 55
MEDSCI 745 24
Pharmacology
PHARMCOL 399 24
Physiology
PHYSIOL 399
60
Population Health  
POPLHLTH 101 390
POPLHLTH 102 390
POPLHLTH 111 1260
POPLHLTH 202 150
POPLHLTH 204 150
POPLHLTH 210 150
POPLHLTH 300 150
POPLHLTH 302 70 per semester
Population Health Practice
POPLPRAC 707 40
POPLPRAC 708 40

Section 2: Identified courses without specific prerequisite academic standards or other selection criteria

Students will be selected for enrolment into the following courses, up to the specified maximum number of places available, on a first in, first enrolled basis:

None identified.

Section 3: All other Scheduled courses

All other scheduled courses offered by the Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences shall be deemed to be limited due to an insufficiency of accommodation. The limit will be determined by the maximum capacity of the room(s) allocated to the class(es) associated with each course through the University’s timetable process in accordance with the Academic Timetable Policy. Where laboratory sessions or compulsory tutorials are scheduled, the ability to accommodate these sessions for the course or the overall enrolment number will be the limiting factor, depending on which presents the tightest constraint. It is not possible to set the numerical limits for these courses in advance, but the University will seek to accommodate as many students as possible. Students will be selected for enrolment on a first in, first enrolled basis, until the maximum capacity has been reached.  Oversight of the process will be provided by the Associate Dean (Academic) in the first instance.

 

 

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Faculty of Science

Section 1: Identified courses with specific prerequisite academic standards and other selection criteria

Students will be selected for enrolment into the following courses, up to the specified maximum number of places available, on the basis of selection criteria available from the relevant faculty.

Course Approved Limit
Biological Sciences
BIOSCI 101 (S1) 1250
BIOSCI 106 (S2) 1100
BIOSCI 107 (S1) 1500
BIOSCI 108 450
BIOSCI 109 450
BIOSCI 201   360
BIOSCI 202   360
BIOSCI 203   400
BIOSCI 220 (S1) 280
BIOSCI 220 (S2) 280
BIOSCI 350   96
BIOSCI 351   120
Chemistry
CHEM 110 (S1) 1300
CHEM 110 (S2) 300
CHEM 120 (S1) 192
CHEM 120 (S2) 300
CHEM 251   252
CHEM 252   252
CHEM 253   288
CHEM 254 A & B 40
CHEM 260   120
CHEM 320   80
CHEM 330   80
CHEM 340   80
CHEM 351 250
CHEM 352 75
CHEM 360   80
CHEM 380   40
CHEM 390   125
CHEM 392   100
CHEM 397 30

CHEM 398

100

CHEM 399 (S1)

150

CHEM 399 (S1) 150
CHEM 760 30
Exercise Sciences
EXERSCI 103   250
Food Science
FOODSCI 100   256
FOODSCI 200   120

FOODSCI 202  

60

FOODSCI 301   70

FOODSCI 306  

70

FOODSCI 310  

72

FOODSCI 399 (S1)

10

FOODSCI 399 (S2)

72

Forensic Science
FORENSIC 703   30
FORENSIC 704   20
FORENSIC 706   30
FORENSIC 707 20
Marine Science
MARINE 100 150
MARINE 202 120
MARINE 302 60
MARINE 303 48

MARINE 305

28

Psychology
PSYCH 108 (S1) 560
PSYCH 108 (S2) 560
PSYCH 109 (S1) 560
PSYCH 109 (S2) 560
PSYCH 200 400
PSYCH 202   400
PSYCH 203   400
PSYCH 204   400
PSYCH 207   400
PSYCH 300   180
PSYCH 303   160
PSYCH 305   180
PSYCH 306   380
PSYCH 309   175
PSYCH 310   300
PSYCH 311   200
PSYCH 313   180
PSYCH 317 180
PSYCH 319 100
PSYCH 320   180
PSYCH 326 (S1) 180
PSYCH 399 110

PSYCH 700

20

PSYCH 707   20
PSYCH 708   15
PSYCH 714   20

PSYCH 715  

30

PSYCH 717

20

PSYCH 718

20

PSYCH 721

20

PSYCH 722

20

PSYCH 723  

20

PSYCH 725

25

PSYCH 728

8

PSYCH 730  

8

PSYCH 731

20

PSYCH 733  

20

PSYCH 736  

20

PSYCH 742

20

PSYCH 743 20

PSYCH 744  

35

PSYCH 746  

20

PSYCH 749  

16

PSYCH 750  

16

PSYCH 751  

16

PSYCH 754  

20

PSYCH 757  

8

PSYCH 758  

20

PSYCH 759

20

PSYCH 761

21

PSYCH 765

20

PSYCH 766 (S2)

20

PSYCH 767  

20

PSYCH 768

20

PSYCH 770 12
PSYCH 768 20
Science Enterprise

SCIENT 701

40

SCIENT 702

30

SCIENT 703

30

SCIENT 704

30

SCIENT 705

30

SCIENT 706

30

SCIENT 720

25

SCIENT 721

25

Statistics

STATS 769

120

Section 2: Identified courses without specific prerequisite academic standards or other selection criteria

Students will be selected for enrolment into the following courses, up to the specified maximum number of places available, on a first in first enrolled basis: 

Course Approved Limit
Bioinformatics  
BIOINF 701   32
Biological Sciences  

BIOSCI 204  

280

BIOSCI 207  

192

BIOSCI 320  

50

BIOSCI 323

50

BIOSCI 328  

50

BIOSCI 329  

50

BIOSCI 347  

100

BIOSCI 348

96

BIOSCI 349  

96

BIOSCI 353  

120

BIOSCI 355  

144

BIOSCI 356  

96

BIOSCI 358  

96

BIOSCI 394  

60

BIOSCI 395  

80

BIOSCI 724  

32

BIOSCI 725  

32

BIOSCI 727  

32

BIOSCI 731

32

BIOSCI 735  

32

BIOSCI 736  

32

BIOSCI 741  

32

BIOSCI 747

32

BIOSCI 748

32

BIOSCI 749

32

BIOSCI 755  

32

BIOSCI 757  

32

BIOSCI 758

32

BIOSCI 759 (S1) 32 

BIOSCI 759 (S2)

32  

BIOSCI 761 (S1)

50

BIOSCI 761 (S2)

50  

Chemistry

CHEM 100 (SS)

100

CHEM 100G (SS)

100

CHEM 150 (S1)

250

Exercise Sciences

EXERSCI 100G (SS)

200

EXERSCI 100G (S2)

400

Marine Science

MARINE 100G

100

Psychology

PSYCH 109G (S1)  

70

PSYCH 109G (S2)  

70

PSYCH 201 (S2)

400

Wine Science

WINESCI 201 (S1, S2)

90 in each semester

Section 3: All other scheduled courses

All other scheduled courses offered by the Faculty of Science shall also be deemed to be limited due to an insufficiency of accommodation.  The limit will be determined by the maximum capacity of the room(s) allocated to the class(es) associated with each course through the University’s timetable process in accordance with the Academic Timetable Policy. Where laboratory sessions or compulsory tutorials are scheduled, the ability to accommodate these sessions for the course or the overall enrolment number will be the limiting factor, depending on which presents the tightest constraint. It is not possible to set the numerical limits for these courses in advance, but the University will seek to accommodate as many students as possible.  Students will be selected for enrolment on a first in, first enrolled basis, until the maximum capacity has been reached.  Oversight of the process will be provided by the Associate Dean (Academic) in the first instance.

 

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