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  • Bachelor Degree 3 years
  • Bachelor (Honours) +1 year
  • Tuition NZ$ 20,000 to NZ$25,000/year for international students.
  • Part time work while you study
  • Stay to work when you graduate

Astronomy.

  • Bachelor of Mathematical Sciences, Astronomy major, Auckland University of Technology. 3 to 4 years. Astronomy and space science, spherical astronomy, celestial mechanics, theoretical astrophysics and mathematical physics, specialisations of AUT's Institute for Radiophysics and Space Research, which include radio astronomy and space geodesy.

Chemistry.

  • Bachelor of Science, Chemistry major, Victoria University. Chemistry is a pivotal science, and a major in Chemistry for a Bachelor of Science (BSc), or studied within a Bachelor of Biomedical Science (BBMedSc), provides you with a comprehensive knowledge and skill base covering theory coupled with a practical laboratory and technological emphasis. The opportunities for people with a good understanding of Chemistry are enormous.
  • Bachelor of Science, Chemistry, Massey University. Growing role for chemical scientists as we confront the major challenges facing us. Chemical scientists, using the principles of green chemistry, will be required to help protect the environment, improve health, provide new energy sources, design new processes and assist in food production.
  • Bachelor of Science, Chemistry major, University of Waikato. Waikato was rated the top university in New Zealand for chemistry in the Tertiary Education Commission's 2006 assessment of tertiary research.
  • Bachelor of Science, Applied Chemistry major, Auckland University of Technology. This degree covers a wide range of chemistry principles, with emphasis on analytical techniques, environmental chemistry, biochemistry and food chemistry.
  • Bachelor of Science, Chemistry major, University of Otago. It is through Chemistry that we are beginning to achieve an understanding of, and mastery over, the material and biological world.

Mathematics and Statistics.

  • Bachelor of Science, Mathematics major, Victoria Univeristy. Could a computer answer every mathematical question? Can we find equations to model the actions of the human heart? What shape is the universe? Mathematics tackles some of the most fascinating issues you can imagine. Starting at a basic and accessible level, the Bachelor of Science (BSc) or Bachelor of Arts (BA) Mathematics major at Victoria can take you anywhere you want to go.
  • Bachelor of Science, Mathematics, Massey University. Mathematicians work in industry for manufacturers, insurance companies, finance companies (Wall Street has been hiring mathematicians), banks, market research companies, and as public and private consultants.
  • Bachelor of Science, Mathematics major, University of Otago. Many students will combine the study of Mathematics with Statistics, Computer Science and/or Information Science, a physical science (such as Geology, Chemistry or Physics), applied science (Engineering, Surveying), biological science, social science (Education, Psychology), commerce (Economics, Finance), or the humanities (Linguistics, Philosophy).
  • Bachelor of Science, Mathematics major, University of Waikato. Students may choose to specialise in Economics or Finance in conjunction with their Mathematics major.
  • Bachelor of Mathematical Sciences, major in Applied Mathematics, Auckland University of Technology. 3 to 4 years. Massive range of electives.
  • Bachelor of Science, Statistics major, University of Waikato. Statistical analysis is used to make informed decisions in areas such as agriculture, industry, law, medicine, psychology, insurance and commerce. Double major options in Statistics and Computer Science or Statistics and Mathematics.
  • Bachelor of Science, Statistics major, Victoria University. Solid education in the informed analysis of experimental and survey results.
  • Bachelor of Computing & Mathematical Sciences (4 years), University of Waikato. Gain practical experience throughout the programme and the technical, business and practical skills for a career in a field of unlimited international opportunities.

Nanoscience.

  • Bachelor of Science, Nanoscience, Massey University. Build on a foundation of maths, physics and chemistry before going on to study aspects of nanoscience itself, focussing on either quantum nanoscience (with an emphasis on further physics and chemistry of modern nanomaterials) or bionanoscience (with an emphasis on biological macromolecules and nanostructures).

Physics.

  • Bachelor of Science, Physics, Massey University. The skills that you will acquire during your study for a Physics degree are in considerable demand: analytical ability, numeracy, computational skills (that are almost taken for granted in Physics but not elsewhere) and an ability to write organised, coherent reports.
  • Bachelor of Science, Physics major, Victoria University. Victoria's School of Chemical and Physical Sciences is proud to host the MacDiarmid Institute for Advanced Materials and Nanotechnology, one of New Zealand's first Centres of Research Excellence. Research areas include condensed matter and materials science, astrophysics, geophysics, environmental and theoretical physics.
  • Bachelor of Science, Applied Physics major, Victoria University. Flexibility to customise your major by taking courses from disciplines such as Electronics, Environmental Physics, Geophysics, Architectural and Building Studies, Medical Physics or Material Science will see you graduate with a very useful BSc.
  • Bachelor of Science, Physics major, University of Waikato. The most famous scientists, such as Einstein and Newton, were physicists. Physicists are versed in mathematics, computer programming, and the design of complex instruments.
  • Bachelor of Science, Physics major, University of Otago. Why is the sky blue whereas sunsets are red? What happens when a star explodes? What is radiation? What causes an aurora? Physics also involves the application of this knowledge to other fields. For instance, if you really understand about lasers then you will be better placed to develop new uses for them in applications such as communications, engineering and medical science.
 

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