Cook Islands Māori
Tūrou ‘oro mai. Ka riro te Reo Māori Kuki Airani i te ‘akapāpu mai ē nō ‘ea mai koe, tō‘ou tupu‘anga ē te kapua‘anga. Itiki‘ia te reira ki te papa o tō‘ou ngākau kia riro koe ‘ei toa i te kave‘anga i te reo ki te uki o āpōpō.
At USP, we offer Cook Islands Māori courses for credit to both learners and fluent speakers. The programme is supported by the Cook Islands Ministry of Education.
|Programmes in Cook Islands Māori||
Conversational Cook Islands Māori
If want to learn (or relearn) Cook Islands Māori, you can take our conversational class (CM101) for credit as part of any programme. It is offered face-to-face at the Cook Islands Campus in both semesters. Enquire at the campus!
Programmes for fluent speakers
If you already speak Cook Islands Māori fluently, you can study the language as part of the following programmes:
CM111, CM211, CM212, CM311, CM331, plus LN111 or LN118
UU100, UU114, CM111, LN111, LN118, CM211, CM212, LN216, CM311, CM331, LN317, plus 1 elective from any discipline
Major in a BA with double major
CM111, LN118, CM211, CM212, CM311, CM331
Minor in a BA
CM111, CM211, CM311, plus CM212 or CM331
Teaching subject in a BEd or BAGCED
CM111, LN111, LN118, CM211, CM212, CM311, CM331
BA Pacific Language Studies
CM111, LN118, CM211, CM212, LN216, LN317, CM311, CM331, CM111, CM211, CM212, CM311 and CM331 are taught in Cook Islands Māori. They are offered face-to-face as flexi schools at the Cook Islands Campus. All other courses come from the Linguistics programme and are offered both online (all campuses) and face-to-face (Laucala). You can find out more about them on the Linguistics page.
|CM111: Cook Islands Māori 1
CM211: Cook Islands Māori 2
CM212: The Teaching of Cook Islands Māori
CM311: Cook Islands Māori Texts and Translation
CM331: Cook Islands Māori Epistemology, Values and Ethics
These courses will not run every year. If you are interested in taking any of the programmes listed, please enquire with the Cook Islands Campus about the next offerings.