|Domestic tuition||$7,300 per year|
|International tuition||$14,092 per year|
|Course length||2 years|
|In further study||5%|
Great job prospects:
Employed - 85%
Further study - 5%
Median earnings: $59,881 (3 years after graduating)
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About the course
The outcome of this qualification is to outfit students with the specialist skills they need to contribute effectively to sustainable management of freshwater resources in New Zealand and internationally. Graduates of this programme should be well positioned to provide innovative solutions to water management problems, and to coordinate, adapt and manage water use, allocation, monitoring, protection and planning processes. Employment prospects include local, regional and national government, consultancies, industry and research organization.
A New Zealand Bachelor's Degree in a relevant field or equivalent.
About the provider
The University has a mission to help: feed the world, protect the future, and live well. It is predicted that by 2050 the world's population will reach 9.2 billion people: this will create challenges that need solutions. As the population grows, food supply and production will become key. So will sustaining the environment for future generations. As these two, potentially conflicting, concepts become increasingly pressing we will also want to be living well on our planet. Lincoln University is a uniquely and deliberately specialised university finding solutions for these challenges. To achieve our mission, Lincoln is positioned to work alongside industry, the community, and people from around the globe. The University's qualifications range from certificate level through to PhD - and our teaching and research covers all activity associated with the land-based sectors to meet the needs of not only New Zealand but also the world. Lincoln students come from all over New Zealand and from more than 60 countries around the world. Once studies are completed, Lincoln graduates can be found around the globe making a difference.