Manukau Institute of Technology - Departments and Faculties

Departments and Faculties

Faculty of Consumer Services

  • School of Baking and Patisserie
  • School of Culinary and Hospitality Studies
  • School of Hair and Beauty
  • School of Meat Retailing

Faculty of Creative Arts

  • School of Creative Writing
  • School of Performing Arts
  • School of Visual Arts

Faculty of Nursing and Health Studies

Faculty of Business

  • Accounting
  • Management
  • Business Administration
  • Communication
  • Marketing and Sales
  • Tourism and Travel
  • Computing and IT
  • Southern Cross University Programmes

Faculty of Education and Social Sciences

  • Employment Programmes
  • Literacy Programmes
  • School of Education
  • School of English
  • School of Foundation Studies
  • School of Social Sciences
  • School of Sport

Faculty of Engineering and Trades

  • Faculty of Engineering & Trades Awards Evening
  • Maintenance & Reliability Centre
  • School of Automotive and Vehicle Technology
  • School of Building and Construction
  • School of Electrical Engineering and Trades
  • School of Horticulture and Landscaping
  • School of Mechanical and Civil Engineering and Trades

Centre for Logistics

New Zealand Maritime School

School of Secondary-Tertiary Studies

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