Bachelor of Science (Honours)

Already have a degree and want to prepare yourself for higher-level careers or a master's degree or PhD? The Bachelor of Science (Honours) is for students with an undergraduate degree in applied mathematics, computer science or science.

At the heart of the programme is the honours dissertation; an independent small-scale research project on a scientific topic. We have strong links with key industry organisations, and many students complete their research project in collaboration with an industry partner. courses in the Bachelor of Science (Honours) focus on the latest developments in applied mathematics, computer science and science.

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Minimum entry requirements

  • Bachelor of Mathematical Sciences or Bachelor of Science (or equivalent) with a B grade average or higher in level 7 courses.

International student entry requirements

English language requirements

  • IELTS (Academic) 6.5 overall with all bands 6.0 or higher; or equivalent

English language requirements

The degree consists of courses and a dissertation where you undertake a supervised research project, sometimes in collaboration with an industry partner.

You can specialise in:

  • Computer and mathematical sciences
  • Marine science
  • Science

Skills you will develop

The outcomes for graduates of the Bachelor of Science (Honours) are outlined in the Graduate Profile below.

Graduate Profile

Ye Liu
Dannie Cullen
Lizzy Domigan
Keegan Chessum
Antony Vavia
Quick facts
Programme code:
1 year full-time / part-time available
City Campus
27 Feb 2023
$10,277 (for 120 points)
($9,203 tuition fees + $1074 student services levy)
Computing: $41,074 (for 120 points)
($40,000 tuition fees + $1074 student services levy)
Science: $38,674 for 120 points)
($37,600 tuition fees + $1074 student services levy)
  • Fees shown are based on a full-time workload for the points indicated next to the fee. The exact fee charged will depend on which courses you select at the time of enrolment.
  • Fees are subject to change year to year. If you are planning for study beyond the current year, fees may vary from those stated.
  • There may also be other fees and charges you need to pay.
  • International students' tuition fees reflect the full cost of tuition. Domestic students' tuition fees are less due to a proportion of the tuition fees being funded by the New Zealand Government.

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The information on this page was correct at time of publication. For a comprehensive overview of AUT qualifications, please refer to the Academic Calendar.

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