Degree: Master, Doctorate, Graduate Certificate
The Master of Commerce and Management offers advanced study in all commerce areas including accounting, computing, economics, finance, management and marketing.
Degree: Graduate Certificate
The Master of Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management offers advanced study and research in leisure, recreation, parks and tourism and related fields.
The Master of Agricultural Science offers advanced study and research of agricultural production, scienceand management.
Degree: Graduate Certificate, Master
The Master of Commerce (Agricultural) offers advanced study in agricultural management, focusing on both research or professional areas.
The Master of Applied Science is designed to suit students' individual needs and interests.
Lincoln University pioneered the interdisciplinary research and study of resource issues; the Master of Resource Studies reflects this lead.
Social science at Lincoln has a distinctive flavour.
The Master of Horticultural Science encompasses many options in science, horticultural production and management.
The Master of Engineering focuses on technologies for the sustainable use of natural resources.
The Master of Landscape Architecture offers an advanced programme in the theory, techniques andpractice of landscape architecture.
The Master of Property Studies is a professional degree for property consultants, advisers and investors.
This is where your medical career begins.
Degree: Master, Doctorate
Degree: Doctorate, Master
Degree: Doctorate, Master, Graduate Certificate
Degree: Master, Graduate Certificate
MRP (Master of Resource and Environmental Planning)Students may enrol in this programme with first degrees in any related discipline, including planning, on a full-time or part-time basis.
The course shall consist of a minimum of 200 points, including approved papers at 700-level including either Research Practice, Research Methods or Research Methods in Biosciences.
Candidates shall follow a course of study of not less than two calendar years comprising either papers to a value of 75 points and a research report or papers to a value of 100 points, in the subjects
The BSc (Hons) Logistics Management degree is a work-based, distance learning degree and aims to break down the barriers between learning at work and learning at university.
The BSc (Hons) Engineering Management degree is a work-based, distance learning degree and aims to break down the barriers between learning at work and learning at university.
The BA (Hons) Business Management degree is a work-based, distance learning degree and aims to break down the barriers between learning at work and learning at university.
The Department of Theatre and Film is internationally acclaimed for its innovative approach to research, actively integrating theory and practice both on stage and in film.
Degree: Doctorate, Graduate Certificate, Master
UC's School of Fine Arts provides a stimulating environment that will allow you to flourish as an artist.
UCÆs rapidly growing Accountancy, Finance and Information Systems
department currently has 29 academic staff members, including five established chairs, who are involved in teaching courses at
UC has one of the finest collections of Greek and Roman antiquities in the southern hemisphere.
Canterbury's programmes in Foreign Languages and Linguistics are ranked first in New Zealand (The NZ Government's Tertiary Education Commission's latest Performance Based Research Fund quality assessm
Degree: Graduate Certificate, Doctorate, Master
Canterbury has the top-ranked Religious Studies programme in New Zealand for research excellence according to the national Performance Based Research Funding (PBRF) assessment, and Canterbury has one
Degree: Graduate Certificate, Master, Doctorate
Education has been offered at UC for more than a century.
Students studying Environmental Science at postgraduate level benefit from UC's location in the South Island of New Zealand.
Societies seem to be firmly established but change rapidly - sociologists investigate these changes.
The interaction between Mathematics and Philosophy in the twentieth century has been far greater than at any previous time.
In Australian, American, and European universities where Cultural Studies has developed hugely in the last two decades, one of its central strengths is seen to be its cross-disciplinarity, that is, th
Canterbury has New Zealand's second largest university History department, with a full-time academic staff of 17, assisted by an Administrator, two secretaries and twelve part-time tutors, some of who
Degree: Master, Graduate Certificate, Doctorate
Cellular and Molecular Biology and Genetics are strongly represented at UC and it is commonplace for students to be taught and supervised by leaders in their fields either from the College or as part
Philosophy at Canterbury has a notable history.
The School of Biological Sciences has modern, well-equipped teaching and research laboratories with excellent technical support.
The Postgraduate Diploma in Art Curatorship, the only qualification of its type in New Zealand, will appeal to students intending to work in the museum, art gallery and commercial art sectors.
Plant Biology is the study of plants in its broadest sense – broad in terms of “plants” from algae and fungi to flowering plants, and broad in terms of biological approaches to their
The competitive-entry MSc in Applied Psychology is one of the oldest and most recognised applied psychology degrees in New Zealand, admitting 15-20 students each year, most of whom are recent psycholo
Since its founding in 2000, the National Centre for Research on Europe (NCRE) has firmly established itself as the intellectual and interdisciplinary focal point for the study of Europe in New Zealand
History and Philosophy of Science (HPS) is a brand new interdisciplinary programme that helps form an important link between science (including engineering and medicine) and the humanities.
The postgraduate Health Sciences programme is aimed at people who are currently employed in, or seeking employment in, a health-related field, the social services, or local or central government.
With amazing growth in a relatively young profession, the postgraduate programme in Speech and Language Therapy offers clinicians an opportunity to develop recognised specialisation in a focused area
The School of Biological Sciences has teaching and research strengths in terrestrial, freshwater and marine ecology, with the University hosting a Centre of Excellence in Aquaculture and Marine Ecolog
UC's Chemistry Department is well equipped with technology of an international standard.
Management Communications; Management Systems; Strategic Management and Leadership
The Department of Earth sciences acknowledges the fundamental importance of the Earth's physical environment and its resources - landscapes, rocks, sediments, soils, water, oceans and climate and this
The Master of Arts in Arts Therapy is a two-year course, which requires, as a prerequisite for matriculation, an appropriate undergraduate degree or equivalent educational and professional experience.
UC has one of the finest collections of Greek and Roman antiquities in the southern hemisphere.
The University is committed to international education and has long been acknowledged as a leader in this field in New Zealand.
Premier MBA in New Zealand, intense 16-month program, small classes (20-25 students), worldwide student body, students typically aged 28-35, widely varied backgrounds/industries, emphasizing leadershi
A 16-month postgraduate, post-experience degree which is seen increasingly as a means of entry into top managerial positions.
A two-year programme offering advanced study in selected areas of risk management, insurance and financial mathematics. The second year includes a thesis on a topic from business and financial areas.
Courses in Communications Studies are designed to equip students from any discipline to deal with the new communications technologies in their professional and personal lives.
A one-year programme for graduates with a Bachelor degree with Honours or equivalent practical experience.
Executive Programmes currently offers two types of Graduate Diploma in Business. Which one you choose will depend on your interests, as well as your plans for future study.
The MPlanPrac is a two year professional qualification, recognised by the New Zealand Planning Institute, for graduates who do not have a Bplanqualification or its equivalent.
The University's comprehensive range of postgraduate study programmes is internationally recognised, attracting students from all over the world.
The Master of Nursing (MNurs) is specifically designed for nurses who wish to enhance their clinical practice, prepare for advanced practice roles and develop skills and attitudes for postgraduate hea
The Master of Commerce (MCom) degree is designed to prepare students for specialist positions in the public and private sectors.
The MComLaw degree is a course of study which has been designed to suit lawyers specialising in commercial law and commerce students seeking careers in company administration, insolvency, banking and
The Master of Pharmacy Practice (MPharmPrac) is for pharmacists registered in New Zealand or their country of domicile.
The department has excellent facilities, and provides strong support for students.
The Master of Business Management (MBM) is a limited entry, two year, pre-experience management programme.
Our Master of Fine Arts is a two-year low residency programme, which requires, as a prerequisite for matriculation, a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree or equivalent education and professional experience.