Learn to manage environmental resources, participate in conservation efforts, contribute to change and experience some of New Zealand’s most rare and precious native flora and fauna, all whilst gaining a qualification that will enable you a rewarding career.
Numerous field trips provide a practical component to our courses and include working alongside conservation, industry and environmental groups throughout the region.
Selected students have the opportunity to travel to Whenua Hou/Codfish Island, home to the critically endangered kakapo.
The Bachelor of Environmental Management provides a comprehensive academic and practical education in environmental science, law, geography, resource management, conservation and ecology.
Students who do not qualify for direct entry into the degree are now able to undertake the Certificate in Pre Entry, a 23-week programme designed to prepare them for the academic requirements of degree-level study, while focusing on topics such as environmental science and field work skills.