|Translation||Pōkairua o Aotearoa Pūtaiao Mahi (Pae 5)|
|Domestic student fee||$5,294* (per year)|
|Intakes||Semester 1, Semester 2, November|
|Study options||Full-time, Part-time |
Part-time study will take 2 years to complete
|Further study||New Zealand Diploma in Applied Science (Level 6)|
|*Fees are applicable to study in 2017 and are indicative only; fees will vary depending on the courses selected, and/or course-related costs where applicable.|
|All of our full-time programmes qualify for student loans and allowances through StudyLink. Many part-time programmes also qualify. Apply online at www.studylink.govt.nz or phone 0800 88 99 00. Apply early to help avoid enrolment and payment delays.|
We are living our lives in ways that are seriously damaging both planet earth and our own wellbeing. Learn how to improve both environmental and human wellbeing by developing your practical knowledge of biology, chemistry, and earth sciences.
Technical positions in a specialised field of science in manufacturing and regulatory industries, field work, research and development
To achieve the award of the New Zealand Diploma in Applied Science (Level 5) - Pōkairua o Aotearoa Pūtaiao Mahi (Pae 5), students must pass a total of 120 compulsory credits.
Knowledge and skills you will gain
Graduates will have the skills, knowledge and attributes to be able to:
- select and apply scientific principles to carry out tasks;
- collect, process, and evaluate scientific data in an operational or research context;
- recognise common problems with processes and suggest solutions; and
- contribute to a team in a scientific workplace and have responsibility for outcomes.
Admission and entry requirements for this qualification are in accordance with the academic regulations. A level 4 qualification in science is recommended, however, relevant experience and/or academic background will also be considered.
The Three Pillars of Sustainability: Ngā Pou e Toru o te Toitūtanga
Science Communication: Kōrerorero Pūtaiao
Earth Processes: Ngā Tukanga o Papa
The Chemical World: Te Ao Matū
The Biological World: Te Ao Koiora
The Human Animal: Te Koiora Tangata
People and Populations: Te Taupori Tangata
Page last updated: 01 Sep 2017