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Lincoln University Qualifications

For more than 135 years, Lincoln University has focused on improving New Zealand’s land based knowledge, wealth and productivity through our specialist programmes. Find out more here or contact one of our staff for more information.
Lincoln’s flagship bachelor’s qualifications are recognised around the world: deliberately specialised and tailored to give you the best start to a career across the land-based sectors.  
Below the bachelor’s degrees you’ll find undergraduate and postgraduate options across Lincoln’s specialist areas of teaching and research.

Bachelor's Degrees

  • This degree addresses agricultural production and meeting market requirements, which is critical to feeding the world's population.

  • This degree teaches bio-economic basis for agriculture through 'applied academic' courses, real-world case studies, field trips & regional study tours.

  • This degree has four majors: GIS & environmental informatics, land & society, Maori & Indigenous environmental management, & water management.

  • This degree offers multi-disciplinary education in the theory, methods and practices of environmental management.

  • This degree offers the option to study urban property or rural property, providing a knowledge-base upon which to begin a career in property.

  • This degree specialises in landscape and urban ecology, sustainable communities, structure planning, and indigenous Maori landscape design.

  • This degree recognises the need for graduates to possess applied skills together with skills in critical thinking and demonstrated academic competency.

Other Degrees and Programmes

Below is a summary of the other degrees and programmes available at Lincoln University, ranging from certificate and diploma to postgraduate level courses.