Science and technology are integral to New Zealand's future economic prospects and a science degree at UC is an investment in your future, leading to many exciting careers and postgraduate opportunities.
The College of Science offers a large range of highly-regarded qualifications in science and communication disorders at both undergraduate and postgraduate level. Our flexible degrees allow our students to explore their options and find their passion.
Our extensive facilities are equipped and staffed to world-class standards. We have three principal field stations - Cass, Hari Hari and Westport - facilities that are unique in New Zealand and a core part of many science courses. We also have access to international research field facilities in Antarctica and the sub-Antarctic Snares Islands, and in the Nigerian rainforests.
The Bachelor of Science (BSc) is the first step to becoming a scientist. It can open doors to many other careers too.
A speech-language qualification is the beginning of a worthwhile and inspiring career in the healthcare sector.
At UC, we don’t just teach science, we do science. In fact, UC is the most research-intensive university in New Zealand.
UC has the most field stations of any New Zealand university and offers hi-tech laboratories, world-leading research centres and latest scientific technologies.
Are you a science teacher? Careers counsellor? Looking for classroom resources? After an expert scientist? Get in touch, we’re here to help.
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