Research in Te Ara Poutama addresses today’s issues using a range of approaches.  This involves collaboration and ground breaking research across a number of Māori, Pacific and indigenous-related areas.
Our degrees at the postgraduate level include a Master of Arts, a Master of Philosophy and a Doctor of Philosophy. Te Ara Poutama’s areas of research strength are:
  • Indigenous Development
  • Language Revitalisation
  • Māori Business
  • Māori Economics
  • Māori Entrepreneurship
  • Māori Management
  • Māori Media
  • Māori Multimedia
  • Mātauranga Māori
  • New Zealand History
  • Pacific Development
  • Treaty of Waitangi

Research Institutes and Centres

The catalyst for a research initiative may be an individual academic or postgraduate student, but it is within our research institutes and centres where that idea is nurtured and transformed into tangible results that move and challenge traditional models of practice. Te Ara Poutama’s centres and institutes include:

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The information on this page was correct at time of publication. For a comprehensive overview of AUT qualifications, please refer to the Academic Calendar.