|Translation||Tohu Paetahi Pūtaiao Toitūtanga|
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This programme links science and technology with business, enabling students to become innovative thinkers with an entrepreneurial spirit in one of three areas of specialisation: Human Wellbeing; Environmental Wellbeing; Geodata and Forest Management
Specialist majors in this programme
- Human Wellbeing - Toiora Tangata
- Environmental Wellbeing - Toiora Taiao
- Geodata and Forest Management - Whakahaere Ngahere me te Raraunga Pūwāhi Papa.
To achieve the award of the Bachelor of Applied Science and Sustainability, students must pass a total of 360 credits for each Major. There is no award of the Bachelor of Applied Science and Sustainability without a major. There is no double major award.
Knowledge and skills you will gain
Graduates will be able to:
- Apply critical thinking to the principles of sustainability in environmental contexts.
- Appreciate the influence of political, social, and economic frameworks on science and sustainability.
- Demonstrate an advanced knowledge of their discipline area.
- Embed the principles of kaupapa Māori, the Treaty of Waitangi, and kaitiakitanga into culturally safe professional practice.
- Apply knowledge of relevant New Zealand and International Legislation.
- Analyse, evaluate and communicate scientific information to different audiences.
- Conduct scientific research.
- Demonstrate the ability to safely lead, collaborate and build teams.
- Demonstrate intellectual independence and be confident lifelong learners.
Admission and entry requirements for this qualification are in accordance with the academic regulations.
Page last updated: 02 Nov 2017