New Science programmes
We're excited to be able to offer a range of new programmes.
Master of Biotechnology (MBiotech)
Develop your career, gain specialist knowledge and skills, and connect with government and industry partners in our new 180-point Master of Biotechnology.
Find out more about the Master of Biotechnology.
Master of Ecology (MEcology)
Gain specialist knowledge and skills to develop your career as a professional ecologist with our new Master of Ecology, set in a location rich in nature and culture.
Find out more about the Master of Ecology.
Master of Environmental Management (MEnvMgt)
This taught masters programme equips you with the specialist knowledge required to solve the pressing environmental problems of our time.
Find out more about the Master of Environmental Management.
Master of Mathematical Modelling (MMathModel)
This programme will equip students with advanced mathematical and computational techniques required for modelling real-world phenomena such as transport over networks, epidemics, or climate change.
Find out more about the Master of Mathematical Modelling.
Master of Physiotherapy Practice (MPhysioPrac)
The MPhysioPrac presents an exciting option for graduates of relevant undergraduate degrees who are particularly interested in becoming a physiotherapist.
First of its kind in New Zealand, the two-year MPhysioPrac will follow a model well-established in Australia, Canada, the US and the UK. On completion, graduates will be able to apply for registration as a physiotherapist qualified to practice in New Zealand’s growing allied health professions.
Find out more about the Master of Physiotherapy Practice.
Graduate Diploma in Applied Psychology (GradDipAppPsych)
Study brain and behaviour, sensory and cognitive psychology, lifespan development, learning and communication, social, cultural, and organisational psychology, models of health and disability, with emphasis on the New Zealand context.
Gain skills related to applied psychological research and practice in your current occupation or progress to postgraduate study, including postgraduate professional programmes.
This programme is offered part-time through Auckland Online.
Find out more about the Graduate Diploma in Applied Psychology.
Master of Organisational Psychology (MOrgPsych)
Gain unique abilities, skills and knowledge to be highly competitive in the professional world of organisational psychology through a combination of research and taught courses. You’ll focus on applying the principles of individual, group and organisational behaviour to the solution of problems at work.
As an MOrgPsych graduate you’ll be well-prepared for work in industry, consulting and government, and to pursue an academic pathway toward a PhD.
Find out more about the Master of Organisational Psychology.
Master of Wine Science (MWineSci)
Embedding practical winemaking skills within theoretical coursework, the MWineSci will provide opportunities for students to perform research ranging from topics that directly benefit the New Zealand wine industry to fundamental studies of fermentation chemistry and biology.
This 180-point postgraduate programme will be completed in three semesters, with the first year of study taking place at the Goldwater Wine Science Centre on Waiheke Island. Research projects in the third semester may be undertaken in collaboration with a wine company, at the Goldwater Wine Science Centre or at the City Campus.
Find out more about the Master of Wine Science.