This department covers agricultural management, engineering and property studies.
It is the focal point for teaching, supervision and research in agricultural systems management, rural and urban valuation, and property management.
It has key roles in the Bachelor of Commerce (Agriculture) and the Bachelor of Land and Property Management. In addition, it contributes heavily into the Bachelor of Agriculture and Bachelor of Agricultural Science.
At the postgraduate level, the focus is on the Master of Management in Agricultural Systems and the Master of Commerce (Agricultural). There are also postgraduate certificate and diploma options available. PhD study into areas of systems and property management is also conducted in the department.
The Bachelor of Land and Property Management provides a pathway to internationally recognised professional bodies, including the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), Property Institute of New Zealand, and Valuers Registration Board.
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Professor Alison Bailey
Head of Department
+64 3 423 0226