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Bachelor of Business / Bachelor of Science

  • Bachelor

A conjoint Bachelor of Business and Bachelor of Science allows you to graduate with a conjoint BBus/BSc at the end of four years of study.

Key details

Degree Type
Bachelor
Duration
4 years full-time

About this course

A conjoint Bachelor of Business and Bachelor of Science allows you to graduate with a conjoint BBus/BSc at the end of four years of study.

You will gain analytical and communication skills and knowledge of business skills such as finance, accounting, economics, marketing and management. You will also have a broad knowledge of science disciplines.

Entry requirements

To enrol in the Bachelor of Science/Bachelor of Business programme you must qualify for undergraduate admission, either through Bursaries and Scholarship Examinations, NCEA Level 3, New Zealand University Entrance, Admission with Equivalent Status, Discretionary Entrance or Adult Admission. Please visit http://enrol.massey.ac.nz for details.

Click the Apply Now button to choose a specialisation. When you apply for your courses from 1 October, you will be required to select a specialisation for the other degree.

In order to transfer into a conjoint programme, students must meet the following requirements:

  • Minimum B average in relevant prior study, and have passed all courses. Only Massey grades will be used for GPA calculation.
  • Must not have already completed the requirements of one of the component degrees (eg BA or BBus or BSc component).
  • Be expected to be able to complete the requirements of the conjoint programme within the timeframe.

Candidates who have studied at another tertiary institution should submit a verified academic transcript following their online enrolment application.

Courses from completed qualifications may not be cross credited into or between components of the conjoint programme.

For general entry requirements see Massey University entry requirements.

Study locations

Auckland

Manawatū

Distance Learning