Science postgraduate study options

Our academic staff can help you gain expertise in your chosen specialist area within science. Our staff are passionate about their research and teaching. Read more about AUT's postgraduate science qualifications, admission requirements, duration of study and papers you will be expected to complete.
Join our friendly team to study postgraduate science in a stimulating environment. Choose from: post graduate certificate (one semester); postgraduate diploma (two semesters); Master of Science (12 months); Master of Science (Research) (24 months); Doctor of Philosophy (36 months).Tuition Fee Scholarships are available to support Master of Science or BSc Honours (School of Science) students.

Postgraduate science study options


Medical Laboratory Science

Master's and Doctoral

Research at AUT's School of Science

The School of Science has research in the areas of Applied Ecology (including applied conservation, aquaculture, biogeography, Cephalopod research, evolution, global change ecology, genetics, geospatial/remote sensing science, marine biology, microbiology, plant ecology, unmanned aerial vehicle applications and urban ecology), Biomedical Science (including cancer research, nutraceuticals and pharmaceuticals), Chemistry, Food Science (including food safety) and Medical Laboratory Science.

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Last updated: 18-May-2017 2.49pm

The information on this page was correct at time of publication. For a comprehensive overview of AUT qualifications, please refer to the Academic Calendar.