Bachelor of Science

BSc


Duration

3 years full-time

Entry times

Semester 1 or 2 (February or July)

Fees Estimate

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Pathways

Pathways include:

  • Bachelor of Science with Honours
  • Master of Science
  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
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Duration

3 years full-time

Entry times

Semester 1 or 2 (February or July)

Fees Estimate

See tuition fees for details

Pathways

Pathways include:

  • Bachelor of Science with Honours
  • Master of Science
  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
Apply Now Got a Question? Check your eligibility

Download Brochure

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Overview

A Bachelor of Science (BSc) is about understanding and improving the natural world through observation, experimentation, modelling, and calculation.

UC is ranked in the top 100 universities in the world for Geography, in the top 150 for Earth and Marine Sciences, and Linguistics, and in the top 200 for Computer Science and Information Systems, Environmental Sciences, and Psychology (QS World University Rankings by Subject, 2018). UC also has Aotearoa New Zealand's top ranked Biological Sciences research department (the latest Tertiary Education Commission 2012 PBRF Assessment).

UC is the only university in Aotearoa to offer Astronomy at all levels of study and operates an internationally important astronomical observatory at Ōtehīwai Mt John in Takapō Tekapo.

The Department of Geological Sciences | Te Tari Pūtaiao ā-nuku is leading the world in its studies of earthquakes.

Contact us

For assistance with planning your programme of study contact the Liaison Office (new students), or a College of Science | Te Rāngai Pūtaiao Student Advisor (advancing students).

For more general information email info@canterbury.ac.nz or freephone 0800 VARSITY (827 748).

For the full degree requirements see the Regulations for the Bachelor of Science. For more information on facilities, resources and staff see the College of Science | Te Rāngai Pūtaiao.