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Read about the new programmes offered at the University.
Bachelor of Commerce/Bachelor of Sport, Health and Physical Education
Set yourself up for a career in the growing sport, health and recreation industry. Combine your passion for sport and health with a strong understanding of business, communication and problem-solving.
Bachelor of Communication
Get an overview of studying Communication at the University of Auckland.
Bachelor of Communication / Bachelor of Commerce
Combine real-world business knowledge with an advanced understanding of communication.
Bachelor of Communication / Bachelor of Health Sciences
Gain a multidisciplinary understanding of health, healthcare and its services, and develop the skills to communicate your knowledge.
Bachelor of Communication / Bachelor of Laws
Combine communication and legal skills to equip you for a wide range of careers.
Bachelor of Communication / Bachelor of Science
Study the natural and physical world, and develop the skills to communicate your knowledge.
Bachelor of Early Childhood Studies
Develop knowledge and skills in early childhood studies, relevant to children from birth to eight years. Study at New Zealand’s top university for Education.
Bachelor of Global Studies / Bachelor of Property
Combine an understanding of global issues with knowledge of the property profession.
Doctor of Health Sciences (DHSc)
The Doctor of Health Sciences will provide experienced health professionals and health sector leaders with a pathway to a research-based higher degree.
Master of Architecture (Professional) and Housing Studies (MArch(Prof)HousSt)
Study the Master of Architecture (Professional) and Housing Studies, a professionally-recognised programme at the University of Auckland together with a specialisation in housing.
Master of Biotechnology (MBiotech)
Develop your career, gain specialist knowledge and skills, and connect with government and industry partners in our new Master of Biotechnology.
Master of Chemistry (MChem)
The Master of Chemistry is designed to grow your expertise in analytical chemistry or materials science.
Master of Ecology (MEcology)
Gain specialist knowledge and skills to develop your career as a professional ecologist with our new 180-point 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.
Master of Food Science (MFoodSci)
The MFoodSci provides students with the opportunity to gain specialist knowledge and skills in the key aspects of Food Science including food chemistry, food safety and food process engineering.
Master of Housing Studies (MHousSt)
Study a Master of Housing Studies to become a housing specialist and help New Zealand address its housing problems.
Master of Information Governance (MInfoGov)
Advance your knowledge and skills in information governance and enhance your effectiveness in managing information governance programmes within organisations.
Master of Materials Engineering (MMaterialsEng)
Equip yourself for employment in the rapidly growing Materials Engineering field.
Master of Mathematical Modelling (MMathModel)
The MMathModel equips students with advanced knowledge of the mathematical techniques and computational tools required for modelling real-world phenomena.
Master of Medical Engineering (MMedicalEng)
New Zealand’s first masters programme that prepares students for a career in Medical Engineering.
Master of Physiotherapy Practice (MPhysioPrac)
Make a difference to the health and wellbeing of all with our two-year masters.
Postgraduate Certificate in Materials Engineering (PGCertMaterialsEng)
The Postgraduate Certificate in Materials Engineering will help you to develop knowledge, skills and competencies that are used in the materials, manufacturing and energy industries.
Postgraduate Certificate in Medical Engineering (PGCertMedicalEng)
New Zealand’s first postgraduate certificate programme that prepares students for a career in Medical Engineering.
Postgraduate Certificate in Stroke Care (PGCertStrokeCare)
This interprofessional qualification enables specialisation in the care of people with stroke, from pre-hospital care to returning to the community.
Postgraduate Diploma in Materials Engineering (PGDipMaterialsEng)
Set yourself up for a career in the rapidly growing Materials Engineering field.
Postgraduate Diploma in Medical Engineering (PGDipMedicalEng)
New Zealand’s first postgraduate diploma programme that prepares students for a career in Medical Engineering.
Postgraduate Diploma in Stroke Care (PGDipStrokeCare)
This interprofessional qualification enables specialisation in the care of people with stroke, including advanced clinical assessment and communication skills.
Bachelor of Advanced Science (Honours) / Bachelor of Communication
Combine scientific knowledge with effective communication skills.
Postgraduate Certificate in Mathematical Modelling
This interdisciplinary programme will provide you with additional skills in modelling-specific technical advances and computational methods.
Postgraduate Diploma in Mathematical Modelling
This interdisciplinary programme equips students with advanced mathematical and computational modelling skills.
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