University of Otago

 

University of Otago, New Zealand

[Note: This information is provided by the University of Otago.]
Established in 1869 in the city of Dunedin, Otago is New Zealand's first university. Otago is ranked in the top 3% of universities in the world. The university has grown with the city, and today education is the main focus of the city; 22,000 of the 120,000 residents are students at Otago.

Dunedin is Australasia's only true student city, and provides an unmatched residential campus life, where you can live in the neighborhoods with local students and have a true "kiwi" student experience.

Read more ...

Otago’s extremely beautiful campus is within 10 minutes' walk of Dunedin’s vibrant city center. Dunedin is also on the doorstep many of New Zealand's famed natural environments, from golden sand beaches complete with penguin residents, to vineyards, towering alpine peaks, impressive fjords, and glaciers tumbling through pristine sub-tropical rain forest. The south of the South Island is sure to hold great appeal for the adventure seeking study abroad student.

VISIT WEBSITE

Bachelor of Arts

SPSCC has articulation agreements with the University of Otago in these programs:

Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology

To be eligible to transfer into the second year of the three-year Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology program at the University of Otago, students must successfully complete the Associate in Arts degree at SPSCC, having taken specific courses as outlined in the Articulation Agreement (see below), and graduated with a cumulative GPA of 3.00.

Articulation Agreement
Please note: either the University of Otago or SPSCC can terminate the articulation agreement at any time. It is vital the student notifies the University of Otago during the application process that the student is applying by means of this specific articulation agreement. Students that have completed the AA degree at SPSCC may be accepted into the second year of the three-year Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology program subject to the same requirements as outlined on the University of Otago website for applying students.

To be eligible to transfer into the second year of the three-year Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology degree at the University of Otago, the SPSCC student will need to:

  • successfully complete an Associate in Arts degree with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.00
  • successfully complete SPSCC classes that are the equivalent of 126 points at the University of Otago.

To achieve the equivalent of 126 University of Otago points, students will need to take a combination of the SPSCC classes listed below; unless specified, classes must be taken in the groups listed and may not be broken down for individual points.

36 points are awarded if the student successfully completes three of the Anthropology classes listed below, 54 points if the student successfully completes five of the Anthropology classes listed below and 90 points if the student successfully completes all seven of the Anthropology classes listed below.

  • ANTH&100, Survey of Anthropology
  • ANTH&104, World Prehistory
  • ANTH&204, Archaeology
  • ANTH&210, Indians of North America: Diversity
  • ANTH&216, Northwest Coast Indians: Diversity
  • ANTH&227, Pacific Island Cultures: Diversity
  • ANTH270, Anthropology of Diverse Sexualities: Diversity (no longer offered at SPSCC)

18 additional points are awarded if the student successfully completes ANTH&205, Biological Anthropology IF the student is majoring in Anthropology AND the student has taken AT LEAST five of the other Anthropology classes. Note: ANTH&205 counts as Natural Science credit.

18 points are awarded if the student successfully completes BOTH ENGL&101, English Composition I AND ENGL&102, Composition II.

36 points are awarded if the student successfully completes HIST&116, Western Civilization I, HIST&117, Western Civilization II AND HIST&118, Western Civilization III. (Please note, these History courses are no longer offered at SPSCC).

36 points are awarded if the student successfully completes PHIL&101, Introduction to Philosophy, PHIL102, Ethics AND PHIL&115, Critical Thinking.

36 points are awarded if the student successfully completes POLS&101, Introduction to Political Science, POLS&202, American Government AND POLS&203, International Relations.

Bachelor of Arts in History

To be eligible to transfer into the second year of the three-year Bachelor of Arts in History program at the University of Otago, students must successfully complete the Associate in Arts degree at SPSCC, having taken specific courses as outlined in the Articulation Agreement (see below), and graduated with a cumulative GPA of 3.00.

Articulation Agreement
Please note: either the University of Otago or SPSCC can terminate the articulation agreement at any time. It is vital the student notifies the University of Otago during the application process that the student is applying by means of this specific articulation agreement. Students that have completed the AA degree at SPSCC may be accepted into the second year of the three-year Bachelor of Arts in History program subject to the same requirements as outlined on the University of Otago website for applying students.

To be eligible to transfer into the second year of the three-year Bachelor of Arts in History degree at the University of Otago, the SPSCC student will need to:

  • successfully complete an Associate in Arts degree with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.00
  • successfully complete SPSCC classes that are the equivalent of 126 points at the University of Otago.

To achieve the equivalent of 126 University of Otago points, students will need to take a combination of the SPSCC classes listed below; unless specified, classes must be taken in the groups listed and may not be broken down for individual points.

36 points are awarded if the student successfully completes HIST&116, Western Civilization I, HIST&117, Western Civilization II AND HIST&118, Western Civilization III. (Please note, these History courses are no longer offered at SPSCC).

36 points are awarded if the student successfully completes three of the Anthropology classes listed below, 54 points if the student successfully completes five of the Anthropology classes listed below and 90 points if the student successfully completes all seven of the Anthropology classes listed below.

  • ANTH&100, Survey of Anthropology
  • ANTH&104, World Prehistory
  • ANTH&204, Archaeology
  • ANTH&210, Indians of North America: Diversity
  • ANTH&216, Northwest Coast Indians: Diversity
  • ANTH&227, Pacific Island Cultures: Diversity
  • ANTH270, Anthropology of Diverse Sexualities: Diversity (no longer offered at SPSCC)

18 points are awarded if the student successfully completes BOTH ENGL&101, English Composition I AND ENGL&102, Composition II.

36 points are awarded if the student successfully completes PHIL&101, Introduction to Philosophy, PHIL102, Ethics AND PHIL&115, Critical Thinking.

36 points are awarded if the student successfully completes POLS&101, Introduction to Political Science, POLS&202, American Government AND POLS&203, International Relations.

Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy

To be eligible to transfer into the second year of the three-year Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy program at the University of Otago, students must successfully complete the Associate in Arts degree at SPSCC, having taken specific courses as outlined in the Articulation Agreement (see below), and graduated with a cumulative GPA of 3.00.

Articulation Agreement
Please note: either the University of Otago or SPSCC can terminate the articulation agreement at any time. It is vital the student notifies the University of Otago during the application process that the student is applying by means of this specific articulation agreement. Students that have completed the AA degree at SPSCC may be accepted into the second year of the three-year Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy program subject to the same requirements as outlined on the University of Otago website for applying students.

To be eligible to transfer into the second year of the three-year Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy degree at the University of Otago, the SPSCC student will need to:

  • successfully complete an Associate in Arts degree (see below) with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.00
  • successfully complete SPSCC classes that are the equivalent of 126 points at the University of Otago.

To achieve the equivalent of 126 University of Otago points, students will need to take a combination of the SPSCC classes listed below; unless specified, classes must be taken in the groups listed and may not be broken down for individual points.

36 points are awarded if the student successfully completes PHIL&101, Introduction to Philosophy, PHIL102, Ethics AND PHIL&115, Critical Thinking.

36 points are awarded if the student successfully completes three of the Anthropology classes listed below, 54 points if the student successfully completes five of the Anthropology classes listed below and 90 points if the student successfully completes all seven of the Anthropology classes listed below.

  • ANTH&100, Survey of Anthropology
  • ANTH&104, World Prehistory
  • ANTH&204, Archaeology
  • ANTH&210, Indians of North America: Diversity
  • ANTH&216, Northwest Coast Indians: Diversity
  • ANTH&227, Pacific Island Cultures: Diversity
  • ANTH270, Anthropology of Diverse Sexualities: Diversity (no longer offered at SPSCC)

18 points are awarded if the student successfully completes BOTH ENGL&101, English Composition I AND ENGL&102, Composition II.

36 points are awarded if the student successfully completes HIST&116, Western Civilization I, HIST&117, Western Civilization II AND HIST&118, Western Civilization III. (Please note, these History courses are no longer offered at SPSCC).

36 points are awarded if the student successfully completes POLS&101, Introduction to Political Science, POLS&202, American Government AND POLS&203, International Relations.

Bachelor of Arts in Politics

To be eligible to transfer into the second year of the three-year Bachelor of Arts in Politics program at the University of Otago, students must successfully complete the Associate in Arts degree at SPSCC, having taken specific courses as outlined in the Articulation Agreement (see below), and graduated with a cumulative GPA of 3.00.

Articulation Agreement
Please note: either the University of Otago or SPSCC can terminate the articulation agreement at any time. It is vital the student notifies the University of Otago during the application process that the student is applying by means of this specific articulation agreement. Students that have completed the AA degree at SPSCC may be accepted into the second year of the three-year Bachelor of Arts in Politics program subject to the same requirements as outlined on the University of Otago website for applying students.

To be eligible to transfer into the second year of the three-year Bachelor of Arts in Politics degree at the University of Otago, the SPSCC student will need to:

  • successfully complete an Associate in Arts degree (see below) with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.00
  • successfully complete SPSCC classes that are the equivalent of 126 points at the University of Otago.

To achieve the equivalent of 126 University of Otago points, students will need to take a combination of the SPSCC classes listed below; unless specified, classes must be taken in the groups listed and may not be broken down for individual points.

36 points are awarded if the student successfully completes POLS&101, Introduction to Political Science, POLS&202, American Government AND POLS&203, International Relations.

36 points are awarded if the student successfully completes three of the Anthropology classes listed below, 54 points if the student successfully completes five of the Anthropology classes listed below and 90 points if the student successfully completes all seven of the Anthropology classes listed below.

  • ANTH&100, Survey of Anthropology
  • ANTH&104, World Prehistory
  • ANTH&204, Archaeology
  • ANTH&210, Indians of North America: Diversity
  • ANTH&216, Northwest Coast Indians: Diversity
  • ANTH&227, Pacific Island Cultures: Diversity
  • ANTH270, Anthropology of Diverse Sexualities: Diversity (no longer offered at SPSCC)

18 points are awarded if the student successfully completes BOTH ENGL&101, English Composition I AND ENGL&102, Composition II.

36 points are awarded if the student successfully completes HIST&116, Western Civilization I, HIST&117, Western Civilization II AND HIST&118, Western Civilization III. (Please note, these History courses are no longer offered at SPSCC).

36 points are awarded if the student successfully completes PHIL&101, Introduction to Philosophy, PHIL102, Ethics AND PHIL&115, Critical Thinking.