To qualify for the BCom(Ag) you must pass 360 credits including:
- at least 75 credits at the 300 level,
- no more than 165 credits at 100 level,
- all the compulsory courses listed in BCom(Ag) Schedule,
- all of the courses listed under each of the specialist commerce degrees.
The remaining credits can be chosen from any of the bachelor's degree courses offered at Lincoln University, or you may choose to take an additional major or minor(s) to complete the requirements of your degree.
In order to qualify for this specialist Commerce degree, students must complete 39 weeks of approved practical work. Find out more by emailing email@example.com.
(Specialising in Rural Valuation) - The Programme of study for Rural Valuation is based on the minimum requirements for the Bachelor of Commerce (Agriculture) but also includes subjects necessary to provide a student with a comprehensive understanding of the process of valuation, land related law economics, and elementary building construction practises.