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Our undergraduate Summer School courses start in either November or January and are open to both new and returning students. Please note that the 'Full Summer School' course (LINC 101) starts in November and finishes in February. This course is also offered in a compressed version during the November Summer School which finishes in December. When enrolling, students need to carefully select the right course.

 
 
 

Full Summer School

Course Course description Weeks Day/Time Lecture room
LINC101
*Land, People and Economies
An introduction to the fundamental principles and multiple dimensions of people-land relationships.
6th Nov - 8th Dec 2017 10.00 - 12.00 and 12.00 - 2.00 on Thursdays AER008
9th Jan - 9th Feb 2018 10.00 - 12.00 and 12.00 - 2.00 on Thursdays L114
* This Full Summer School course is targeted to students undertaking Lincoln University's university preparation programmes.

 

November 2017 Undergraduate Summer School

Course Course description Day/Time Lecture room
COMM110 The Global Business Environment
An introduction to the concept of global value chains from the structure of enterprises to defining a businesses relationships with its environment, other business's, customers and employees.
Mon, Wed: 2.30- 4.30 AER007
COMM112 Financial Information for Business
Analysing and applying financial information to a business context.
Mon, Wed: 9.00 - 10.50 YFC
Mon, Wed: 9.00 - 10.50 D5
COMM113 Economies and Markets
How markets operate at the microeconomic and macroeconomic levels.
Tue, Thu: 2.00 - 4.00 YFC
COMM201 Managing People 
Planning, leading, organising and controlling human resources in a global business environment.
Mon, Tue, Thu: 12.00 - 1.50 B4
LINC101 Land, People and Economies
An introduction to the fundamental principles and multiple dimensions of people-land relationships.
Mon, Tue, Thu: 9.00 - 11.50 FRC
PSYC102 Introduction to Social Psychology 
An introduction to human social behavior emphasizing the interactions between individuals and groups. Social cognition; person perception, attributions, attitudes, social judgement biases. Group behavior: group influence, ingroups and outgroups, group processes.
Mon, Wed: 9.00 - 11.50 AER007

 

 

Enrolment for all 2018 courses opens 1 October, 2017.

January 2018 Undergraduate Summer School

Course Course description Day/Time Lecture room
COMM111 Transforming Data into Information
An introduction to statistics with an emphasis on practical applications and problem solving in commerce.
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu: 1.00 - 4.00 AER009
COMM114 Introduction to Commercial Law
The legal framework; an introduction to business, contract, employment, privacy and property laws; the concept of agency and the nature of torts.
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu: 11.00 - 12.50 C6
DESN101 Digital Tools for Design
An introduction to range of software applications used in design, including CAD, GIS, graphics and image editing.
Tue, Fri: 9.00 - 12.50 D3
DESN103 Visual Communication
An introduction to the communication of design ideas using a range of graphic formats.
Mon: 9.00 - 12.50 2nd Year Studio
Wed, Thu: 9.00 - 11.50 2nd Year Studio
LASC230 Food Landscapes
Special Topic in Food Landscapes Relationships between landscape and food, including provenance, mahinga kai, identity, food narratives and the concept of foodshed catchments.
TBA TBA
PHSC101 Chemistry IA
An introduction to the communication of design ideas using a range of graphic formats.
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri: 9.00 - 10.50 C3
Tue, Thu: 1.10 - 4.00 Teaching Lab 029
QMET201 Biometrics
Populations and samples, estimation, analysis of variance, experimental design, regression, correlation and covariance, contingency tables, sampling methods. An introduction to computers and package usage.

Monday

10 - 11.50am

3.10 - 4pm

 

C1

YFC

Tuesday

10 - 11am

2.10 - 4pm

 

C1

D1/D2

Wednesday

10 - 11am

2.10 - 4pm

 

C1

YFC

Thursday

10 - 11am

2.10 - 4pm

 

C1

D1/D2

Friday

9 - 9.50

11 - 11.50am

 

YFC

C1

TOUR101 Introduction to Tourism
An introduction to the tourism industry including discussion of tourism's global, national and regional significance, its various contributing industry sectors and the major development and management issues.
Tue, Wed, Thu: 1.10 - 4.00 C3

 

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