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Expected Jul 2024
Lincoln University’s Bachelor of Science with Honours infuses a solid grounding in the real world application of science with the sustainable management and conservation of natural resources.
The Bachelor of Science with Honours is a one-year qualification open to you if you’ve already completed a relevant undergraduate degree. This is usually the Bachelor of Science. The focus of study is on supplementing an understanding of the real world application of science in land-based sectors with an expanded knowledge of the sustainable management and conservation of land, water, air in the context of natural resources.
You can choose any combination of courses that match your interests, form a coherent programme of study and fulfil the necessary requirements and regulations.
These require you to achieve at least 60 credits at 600-level from an ANSC, BICH, BIOS, COMP, ECOL, ENGN, FOOD, GENE, HORT, MICR, PHSC, PLPT, QMET, SOSC or WINE prefix or ERST 621, ERST 631, LWST 602. Plus a dissertation (40 credits) in the discipline area.
An approved undergraduate degree with a minimum of B+ or higher in 300-level courses.
English Language Requirements