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Lincoln University's Bachelor of Environment and Society with Honours is a one-year qualification which offers an opportunity for students to extend their understanding of the complex relationships between environment and society. The degree provides a structure within which to understand and research specific social, cultural, technological and human dimensions of land-based issues.
Summary of Regulations
All of the following:
• 80 credits (4 courses) at the 600 level
• A 40 credit dissertation.
At least one of:
ERST 601 Advanced Theory in Resource Studies
MAST 603 Mana Kaitiaki (Maori Resource Management)
SOCI 601 Social Science Research Methods (Quantitative)
SOCI 602 Social Science Research Methods (Qualitative)
WATR 602 Water Quality and Quantity Assessment
PLUS: 40 credits at the 600-level with a COMP, ERST, LWST, MAST, PSYC, RECN, SOCI, TOUR or WATR prefix. Up to 20 credits can be substituted from Masters Degree Courses to meet this requirement and to form a coherent programme of study.
PLUS a 40 credit dissertation.
A related undergraduate degree and have achieved a B+ or higher in 300 level courses.
If English is not your first language, you will need to demonstrate that your English is good enough to study successfully at university. Lincoln University recognises achievement through a limited number of recognised tests of English Language. Below are the minimum standards for entry to the programme:
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