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Global Pathways to New Zealand:
Specialise in Environmental Science for your Bachelor of Science at Massey.
Environmental science focuses on the connections between humans and their natural environments.
Managing and mitigating human impacts on the environment is crucial for New Zealand and the world. Our reputation depends on us becoming truly clean and green despite the increased pressure on the environment.
Join one of New Zealand’s leading universities in the study of environmental impacts.
Improve our planet
The Bachelor of Science (Environmental Science) will see you become involved in Massey’s aims to develop a sustainable path for the future. We are looking to solve real-world issues such as managing natural resources and environmental impacts.
The qualification involves lab work and field trips to water treatment plants and a range of managed and mismanaged environments across the North Island. You’ll explore processes and investigate interactions between pollutants, soils, water quality and more. From there, you can help to address issues in the food sector, by combining environmental science with a major in agriculture, horticulture, geography or soil science.
To take your studies overseas, you can progress into our postgraduate offerings in environmental management, where you could undertake research all over the world.
Some of the topics taught in environmental science courses include:
Our researchers and teachers have an excellent reputation and are widely published internationally. You will be taught by experts in physical geography, soil biology, chemistry, freshwater management, ecological economics, environmental technology, and in sociology. Integrating these diverse fields is what an environmental scientist does - we’ll show you how.
Successful completion of the HZAU programme and IELTS 6.0 (no band less than 5.5). Have a B grade average or better in the first year of the HZAU Programme.