Regulations - Interfaculty Programmes


The Degree of Master of Heritage Conservation – MHerCons

The regulations for this degree are to be read in conjunction with all other relevant statutes and regulations including the Academic Statutes and Regulations.

Admission

1 In order to be admitted to this programme, a student needs to have completed the requirements for:

either

a (i) the Degree of Bachelor of Arts (Honours) with a relevant major, as approved by Senate or its representative

or

(ii) the Degree of Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) in Civil Engineering

or

(iii) the Degree of Bachelor of Planning

or

(iv) the Degree of Bachelor of Urban Planning (Honours)

or

(v) the Degree of Master of Urban Planning

or

(vi) the Degree of Master of Urban Planning (Professional)

or

(vii) the Postgraduate Diploma in Architecture

or

(viii) an equivalent qualification as approved by Senate or its representative

and

(ix) achieved a Grade Point Average of 5.0 or higher in 75 points above Stage III

or

b (i) the Degree of Bachelor of Architectural Studies

or

(ii) the Degree of Bachelor of Arts with a relevant major, as approved by Senate or its representative

or

(iii) an equivalent qualification as approved by Senate or its representative

and

(iv) achieved a Grade Point Average of 5.0 or higher in 75 points above Stage II.

Duration and Total Points Value

2 A student enrolled for this degree under Regulation 1a must:

a pass courses with a total value of 120 points

and

b complete within the time limit specified in the General Regulations – Masters Degrees

and

c not exceed 160 points for the total enrolment for this degree.

3 A student enrolled for this degree under Regulation 1b must:

a pass courses with a total value of 180 points

and

b complete within the time limit specified in the General Regulations – Masters Degrees

and

c not exceed 220 points for the total enrolment for this degree.

Structure and Content

4 A student enrolled for this degree must complete the requirements as listed in the Master of Heritage Conservation Schedule.

5 A student who has to complete 180 points must achieve a Grade Point Average of 4.0 or higher in the first 45 points of taught courses taken for this degree. If this Grade Point Average is not achieved, enrolment in the Master of Heritage Conservation cannot continue.

6 A student admitted to this programme must complete the University of Auckland Academic Integrity Course as specified in the Enrolment and Programme Regulations, Academic Integrity, of the University Calendar.

Reassignment

7 a A student may reassign courses from this degree to the Master of Architecture (Professional) and Heritage Conservation once.

b A student may reassign courses from this degree to the Master of Urban Planning (Professional) and Heritage Conservation once.

c All courses that can be reassigned must be reassigned including courses not completed.

8 A student who has not met the requirement in Regulation 5 may apply to reassign courses passed from this degree to the Postgraduate Certificate in Heritage Conservation.

Variations

9 In exceptional circumstances Senate or its representative may approve a personal programme which does not conform to these regulations.

Honours

10 This degree may be awarded with Honours as specified in the General Regulations – Masters Degrees.

Amendment

11 These regulations and/or schedule have been amended with effect from 1 January 2021.

Master of Heritage Conservation (MHerCons) Schedule

A student who has to complete 120 points must satisfy the requirements for one of the following specialisations:


Built Heritage

Requirement:

Taught Masters

90 points: ARCHGEN 750–754

30 points from ANTHRO 708, ARCHDES 702, ARCHGEN 711–716, MUSEUMS 700, 702, 704, 705, SOCIOL 732, or other 700 level courses approved by the Head of School of Architecture and Planning


Museums and Cultural Heritage

Requirement:

Taught Masters

45 points: MUSEUMS 702, 704

30 points from ANTHRO 704, 708, 742, 756, ARCHGEN 750, 751, ARTHIST 703, 706, 719, 730, 731, 734, ENGLISH 718, HISTORY 705, 712, MĀORI 741, MUSEUMS 701, SOCIOL 732, or up to 30 points from other approved 700 level courses offered at this University

45 points: MUSEUMS 792 Dissertation

A student who has to complete 180 points must satisfy the requirements for one of the following specialisations:


Built Heritage

Requirement:

Taught Masters

90 points: ARCHGEN 750–754

90 points from ANTHRO 708, ARCHDES 702, ARCHGEN 711–716, MUSEUMS 700, 702, 704, 705, SOCIOL 732, or other 700 level courses approved by the Head of School of Architecture and Planning


Museums and Cultural Heritage

Requirement:

Taught Masters

45 points: MUSEUMS 702, 704

90 points from ANTHRO 704, 708, 742, 756, ARCHGEN 750, 751, ARTHIST 703, 706, 719, 730, 731, 734, ENGLISH 718, HISTORY 705, 712, MĀORI 741, MUSEUMS 701, 702, SOCIOL 732, or up to 30 points from other approved 700 level courses offered at this University

45 points: MUSEUMS 792 Dissertation

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