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At Massey sustainability is integrated into a wide range of programmes at undergraduate and postgraduate level. For a complete list of programmes and courses offered at Massey see the Programmes and courses web pages. In addition we offer a number of qualifications with a strong emphasis on sustainability.
If you are interested and passionate about the natural world a major in Environmental Studies is for you. This major allows you to explore people's relationships with the environment, through courses from a number of different disciplines.
Environmental Studies is concerned with human society in its physical setting. It examines the relationships amongst natural, social and built environments. Environmental Studies is a broad topic which explores diverse and complex environmental issues from range of perspectives - scientific, social, cultural or economic.
For more information see Bachelor of Arts (Environmental Studies).
These are some of the challenging questions that planners seek to answer. If you are interested in an exciting career that is focused on improving the quality of life in our neighbourhoods, communities and society, then Resource and Environmental Planning is a great choice.
Environmental science encompasses many academic areas that study the connections between humans and their natural environment. Environmental science is an interdisciplinary subject that incorporates topics as diverse as limnology and philosophy. The design of this major reflects the growing understanding that, for the sake of current and future generations, we need to manage our resources in a manner that allows us to maintain our economic output without threatening the resource base upon which that output relies.
For more information see Bachelor of Science (Environmental Science).
Environmental Management centers upon society's impact on the environment and the management choices available to reduce or mitigate this impact. Given the interconnectedness between living species and their habitats, environment management decisions address both living and non-living elements of the bio-physical environment.
Environment management recommendations must reflect the relationships between society's social, institutional, economic and bio-physical environments.
The demand for people with environment management skills is growing in New Zealand and overseas. The programme reflects the growing need to protect the environment and use resources of land, water, soil, plants and animals in a balanced and sustainable way.
Our programmes focus on managing the environment and will give you the broad training and skills necessary to carry out this challenging work.
The Master of Agriculture (Life Cycle Management (LCM)) encompasses a broad range of disciplines, including agribusiness, logistics and supply chain management, agricultural and horticultural systems and sustainable processing technologies.
Research opportunities for you include the environmental impact of primary production systems, resource use efficiency, environmental certification, trade policy and market access issues.
For more information see Master of AgriScience (Life Cycle Management).
The Doctoral programme is open to academically capable students who have achieved First Class Honours/Distinction or Second Class Honours (Division I) in a Masters or Bachelor (Honours) programme.
Candidates complete a PhD by thesis. Programmes are expected to take four years of full-time study or up to six years of part-time study.
For more information see Doctor of Philosophy.
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Last updated on Tuesday 20 December 2016