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.
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:
For the Applied Conservation specialisation you need to successfully complete the courses below.
SCIE805 Quantitative Analysis, or SCIE806 Scientific Research or SCIE807 Advanced Ecological Data Analysis
CONS801 International Conservation Biology (15 points)
CONS802 Applied New Zealand Conservation (15 points)
CONS803 Socio-ecological Systems Analysis (15 points)
CONS804 Global Change Biology (15 points)
ASTR800 Advanced Topics in Astronomy and Astrophysics
COMP808 Logic, Games and Automata (15 points)
COMP809 Data Mining and Machine Learning (15 points)
COMP810 Data Warehousing and Big Data (15 points)
COMP813 Artificial Intelligence (15 points)
COMP815 Nature Inspired Computing (15 points)
COMP826 Mobile System Development (15 points)
COMP827 Advanced Computer Graphics (15 points)
COMP835 Server System Development (15 points)
COMP840 Specialist Topic A* (15 points)
COMP841 Specialist Topic B* (15 points)
MATH800 Advanced Topics in Applied Mathematics (15 points)
MATH802 Advanced Financial Modelling and Analytics (15 points)
MATH803 Mathematical Modelling and Simulation (15 points)
MATH805 Advanced Numerical Analysis (15 points)
STAT800 Stochastic Modelling (15 points)
STAT801 Multivariate Analysis (15 points)
STAT802 Advanced Topics in Analytics (15 points)
STAT803 Official Statistics
STAT804 Optimisation and Operations Research (15 points)
Or other postgraduate courses in a related subject with the approval of the programme leader.
Master of Science
Enrolment in courses is subject to meeting all requirements and availability of courses.
For the Marine Science specialisation you need to successfully complete the courses below.
Further your understanding of a specialist science field. Choose from a wide range of courses and conduct research in areas like food science, evolutionary biology, earth and oceanic sciences, chemistry, microbiology, molecular genetics or biotechnology.
The outcomes for graduates of the Bachelor of Science (Honours) are outlined in the Graduate Profile below.
The information on this page was correct at time of publication. For a comprehensive overview of AUT qualifications, please refer to the Academic Calendar.