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Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)

  • Bachelor (Honours)

Study the Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) to prepare for a rewarding career in engineering. This degree is accredited by Engineering New Zealand.

Key details

Degree Type
Bachelor (Honours)
Duration
4 years full-time
Course Code
AK3751
Study Mode
In person, Online
Intake Months
Feb, Jul
Domestic Fees
$8,711 per year / $34,844 total
International Fees
$41,184 per year / $164,736 total

About this course

Study the Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) to prepare for a rewarding career in engineering. This degree is accredited by Engineering New Zealand. It meets the Washington Accord and prepares you for Engineering New Zealand membership.

As an engineer you address the key issues we face today, like access to clean water, sustainable energy systems, waste management, recycling and environmental pressures. In our engineering degree you learn to formulate models and analyse, predict and monitor engineering systems - essential skills in professional engineering.

The Mechanical, Maritime, and Electrical and Electronic Engineering majors are professionally accredited and internationally benchmarked. Our more recent degrees in Construction, Architectural, Software and Mechatronics Engineering have been provisionally accredited by Engineering New Zealand.

Entry requirements

  • University Entrance or equivalent, including:
  • NCEA: At least 14 level 3 credits in each of Calculus and Physics
  • CIE: A level Mathematics and a minimum of AS in Physics OR A level in Physics and a minimum of AS in Mathematics
  • IB: A grade of 4 or better in Mathematics and Physics

Applicants who qualify for entry by other means must demonstrate competency in calculus and physics at least to level 3* or equivalent. This could be:

  • A completed or partially completed New Zealand Diploma in Engineering (NZDE) or National Diploma in Engineering (NDE) with a B+ GPA; or
  • A completed Bachelor of Engineering Technology with a C+ GPA; or
  • Any other recognised certificate or national certificate containing mathematics and physics to the required level.

1. New Zealand students under 20 must qualify for University Entrance by completing at least 120 points at level 3, or at least 60 points at level 4 and above if they have completed Year 13 at a New Zealand secondary school, or equivalent.
2. If your previous studies include study at level 5 or above you may qualify for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL).

International student entry requirements

Study locations

City Campus

Online