Bachelor of Science (Environmental Science)

Study Programme Details
Country: New Zealand
Admission Sessions: Autumn Session, Summer Session, Spring Session
Study Format: Full Time
Mode of Study: Fully on Site

Programme Type

Bachelor's degree


36 Months

Scholarship Available




About this Study Course

Amidst growing populations and detrimental environmental practices, our planet faces unprecedented challenges. Now, more than ever, the world needs knowledgeable scientists to apply their passion, skills, and understanding to restore waterways, land, natural habitats, and biodiversity. This Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science is a call to action—a commitment to cultivating individuals who will sow the seeds for a more balanced future in partnership with nature and the land.


Embark on a transformative journey with Lincoln University’s Bachelor of Science majoring in Environmental Science. This program provides a solid foundation in all sciences relevant to the natural environment. Delve into the impacts of land use, natural processes in soil and water, and the essential knowledge required to protect and restore the environment for future generations. Complement your studies with elective courses spanning the economy, society, and environmental science, expanding your capacity to contribute meaningfully to the critical work of our time.

Admission Requirements

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Embark on a structured learning journey with courses such as Introduction to Earth and Ecological Sciences, Biological Sciences, Environmental Physics, Soil Science, Ecology, and Advanced Field Research. Tailor your experience with elective courses.

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Future Career Outcomes

You’ll sow the seeds that lead to a wide range of opportunities. Demand is growing for scientific credentials in land and water resource science, irrigation technology, climate change mitigation, groundwater and critical zone monitoring, degraded land restoration, wetland chemistry and management, environmental advocacy and policy making for government. Your potential employers include government organisations, local and regional councils, environmental consulting organisations, irrigation companies and primary production industries.

Visa Requirements:

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