New Bachelor of Advanced Science at the University of Auckland
The University of Auckland will be introducing a new four-year Bachelor of Advanced Science (Honours) starting in 2019. The new programme is designed with budding scientists in mind, for students who want to pursue postgraduate research.
From Chemistry to Computational Biology, and Ecology to Environmental Change, the 11 specialisations available in the Bachelor of Advanced Science (Honours) span the spectrum of the sciences. As part of the programme, students will undertake independent research under the guidance of an academic mentor, preparing them for doctoral study or employment in their sector of interest
Bachelor of Advanced Science (Honours) students will emerge from their four-year programme with advanced disciplinary knowledge and research skills relevant to their chosen specialisation and may be able to progress straight to a PhD.
The 11 specialisations available for students to choose from are: Chemistry; Computational Biology; Computer Science; Ecology; Environmental Change; Geology; Marine Science; Mathematics; Physics; Psychology; Statistics.
The next available intake for international students to this programme will be semester 1, 2019. You can find out more about the University of Auckland on their profile here, or contact a Study Options advisor for information about other Science programmes on offer in Australia and New Zealand.