In order to graduate with a Master of Natural Resource Management and Ecological Engineering students must complete the degree by examination and thesis.
The taught component is normally completed in the first year and comprises 120 credits as specified in the Lincoln University Calendar, with 60 credits being completed at BOKU. The course of study must be approved by the Faculty Postgraduate Co-ordinator having regard to coherence and relevance.The second year normally comprises a thesis for a minimum of 120 credits.
You must comply with the clearance process as set out in the Masters House Rules
The course of study must be approved by the academic co-ordinator having regard to coherence and relevance.