One of the following:
University Entrance through NCEA, or an approved equivalent qualification
If English is not your first language, you will need todemonstrate that your English is good enough to study successfully at university.
All tuition at Lincoln University is in English, although some programmes may, in part, be taught in Te Reo Māori.
It is expected that all students will be able to:
Write clear and grammatically correct English in essays, assignments, reports and exams
Read English with understanding, find relevant information without assistance, and comprehend and analyse a line of argument
Listen actively and discern key points in English and follow complex, technical discussion in lectures and small groups
Speak freely and clearly in English and actively engage in large and small group discussions.
Agricultural production is critical to feeding the world’s population. Lincoln University's Bachelor of Agricultural Science (B.Agr.Sc.) addresses the demands for farmers and primary producers to meet the requirements of international markets, including the European Union’s expectation for food to be traceable from paddock to plate.
Lincoln has played a fundamental role in training managers, researchers, consultants and employees in the agricultural sector for 140 years. Our graduates have a reputation for hitting the ground running because our qualifications are applied and relevant.
Real-world examples are integrated into the teaching programmes through case studies, field trips and tours. You must also do a period of industry-based work experience as a requirement of the agriculture programmes.
The Bachelor of Agricultural Science can be awarded with Honours. This pathway is open to students who have completed their sixth semester (normally third year) of study and passed all courses at a sufficently high standard (B average in last two years of study).
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ANSC 105Animal Science
LINC 101Land, People and Economies
MGMT 103Primary Industry Systems
PHSC 101Chemistry IA
PLSC 104Plant Science I
SOSC 106Soil Science I
ANSC 213Livestock Production Science
MGMT 201Principles of Agricultural Systems
PLSC 204Plant Production Systems
SOSC 224Soil Management
AGRI 393Agricultural Practicum
At least 60 credits from the following schedule:
ANSC 312Dairy Production Science
ANSC 314Meat and Wool Production Science
MGMT 316Analysis and Planning in Agricultural Systems
MGMT 317Development and Investment in Agricultural Systems
PLSC 320Crop Science
PLSC 321Pasture Agronomy
SOSC 340Advanced Soil Management