Our undergraduate courses in engineering, computer and mathematical sciences are professionally accredited and internationally benchmarked.* Study with us and you have access to our advanced labs, including high-precision rapid prototyping equipment, New Zealand's most powerful SEM (Scanning Electron Microscope) and extensive workshops.
Bachelor's degreesBachelor of Computer and Information Sciences
Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)
Bachelor of Engineering Technology
Bachelor of Mathematical Sciences/ Bachelor of Science
Graduate Certificates and Graduate Diplomas
A graduate certificate and graduate diploma are 6 month and one year qualifications for students with a degree in another discipline to gain advanced knowledge in the fields of mathematical sciences or computer and information sciences.
Graduate Certificate and Graduate Diploma in Computer and Information Sciences
Graduate Certificate and Graduate Diploma in Mathematical Sciences
Graduate Certificate and Graduate Diploma in Science
A conjoint allows you to study two degrees at the same time. You will graduate with two qualifications. Conjoint programmes are faster than studying each degree on its own because you only study the core papers from each degree (not the additional elective paper options)Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Computer and Information Sciences (conjoint degree)
Bachelor of Business and Bachelor of Computer and Information Sciences (conjoint degree)
Undergraduate Programme Guide 2018
Additional course information can also be found here
* The Bachelor of Computer and Information Sciences, and Mechanical, Maritime, Electrical and Electronic Engineering majors are professionally accredited and internationally benchmarked. Our more recent majors are CUAP approved and have been developed in consultation with Engineering New Zealand
. They are expected to be accredited in time.
Last updated: 20-Feb-2018 2.06pm
The information on this page was correct at time of publication. For a comprehensive overview of AUT qualifications, please refer to the Academic Calendar.