Regulations - Science


The Degree of Master of Science – MSc

The regulations for this degree are to be read in conjunction with all other relevant statutes and regulations including the Academic Statutes and Regulations.

Admission

1 In order to be admitted to this programme, a student needs to have:

either

a (i) completed the requirements for the Degree of Bachelor of Science or an equivalent qualification approved by Senate or its representative

and

(ii) attained at least a Grade Point Average of 5.0 in 75 points above Stage II, including at least 45 points in the relevant subject major as specified in the Bachelor of Science regulations

or

b (i) (a) completed the requirements for the Degree of Bachelor of Science (Honours) or an equivalent qualification approved by Senate or its representative

and

(b) attained at least a Grade Point Average of 4.0 in 90 points taken for the Bachelor of Science (Honours)

or

(ii) (a) completed the requirements for the Postgraduate Diploma in Science or an equivalent qualification approved by Senate or its representative

and

(b) attained at least a Grade Point Average of 4.0 in 90 points taken for the Postgraduate Diploma in Science. At least 75 of these points must be in 700 level courses or a dissertation, if the proposed Masters degree programme includes a thesis.

2 a A student who has not completed all the requirements of the Degree of Bachelor of Science but who has passed:

(i) 345 points towards that degree

and

(ii) the Stage III entry requirements for this degree

may, with the approval of the relevant Head of Department, Director of School or equivalent, enrol for this degree. The requirements for the Degree of Bachelor of Science must be completed within 12 months of initial enrolment for the Degree of Master of Science. Should these requirements not be completed within these 12 months, enrolment for the Degree of Master of Science will be suspended until they have been completed.

b A student who has not completed all the requirements of the Degree of Bachelor of Science (Honours) or the Postgraduate Diploma in Science but who has:

(i) passed 105 points towards the Degree of Bachelor of Science (Honours) or the Postgraduate Diploma in Science

and

(ii) met all other entry and prerequisite requirements

may, with the approval of the relevant Head of Department, Director of School or equivalent, enrol for this degree. The requirements for the Degree of Bachelor of Science (Honours) or Postgraduate Diploma in Science must be completed within 12 months of initial enrolment for the Master of Science. Should these requirements not be completed within these 12 months, enrolment for the Master of Science will be suspended until they have been completed.

3 In exceptional circumstances Senate or its representative may approve the admission of a student who has completed the requirements of a Bachelor of Science, or an equivalent qualification, and has significant relevant professional scientific experience.

4 Admission to this degree requires approval from the relevant Head of Department, Director of School, or equivalent and is at the discretion of Senate or its representative.

Duration and Total Points Value

5 A student admitted to this degree under Regulation 1a must:

a pass courses with a total value of 240 points

and

b complete within the time limit specified in the General Regulations – Masters Degrees

and

c not exceed 280 points for the total enrolment for this degree.

6 A student admitted to this degree under Regulation 1b or 3 must:

a pass courses with a total value of 120 points

and

b complete within the time limit specified in the General Regulations – Masters Degrees

and

c not exceed 160 points for the total enrolment for this degree.

Structure and Content

7 A student enrolled for this degree must complete the requirements for one of the subjects as listed in the Master of Science Schedule.

8 A student admitted to this programme must complete the University of Auckland Academic Integrity Course as specified in the Enrolment and Programme Regulations, Academic Integrity, of the University Calendar.

Thesis / Research Portfolio / Dissertation

9 a A thesis, research portfolio, or dissertation, when included in the programme, is to be carried out under the guidance of a supervisor appointed by Senate or its representative.

b (i) The thesis or dissertation topic for the 120 point MSc must be approved by the relevant Departmental Postgraduate Committee prior to enrolment in the degree.

(ii) The thesis or dissertation topic for the 240 point MSc must be approved by the relevant Departmental Postgraduate Committee prior to enrolment in the thesis or dissertation.

c A student who has to complete 240 points for this degree and whose programme includes a thesis, research portfolio or dissertation needs, before enrolment for the thesis, research portfolio or dissertation, to obtain an average grade of at least B– in 90 points selected from the first 120 points passed in the coursework component of the degree. If this is not achieved the courses passed will be reassigned to the Postgraduate Diploma in Science for all subjects except Forensic Science, for which courses passed will be reassigned to the Postgraduate Diploma in Forensic Science.

d A student who has passed at least 105 points but fewer than 120 points of a 240 point degree and obtained an average grade of at least B– in 90 points may, with the approval of the relevant Head of Department, Director of School or equivalent, enrol in the thesis, research portfolio or dissertation, but must have completed 120 points for the coursework component of the degree within 12 months of initial enrolment in the thesis, research portfolio or dissertation. If this is not achieved the courses passed will be reassigned to the Postgraduate Diploma in Science for all subjects except Forensic Science, for which courses passed will be reassigned to the Postgraduate Diploma in Forensic Science.

e The thesis, research portfolio or dissertation is to be completed and submitted in accordance with the General Regulations – Masters Degrees.

Reassignment

10 A student who does not meet the requirements of this degree may apply to reassign courses passed for the Master of Science to the Postgraduate Diploma in Science for all subjects except Forensic Science, for which courses passed will be reassigned to the Postgraduate Diploma in Forensic Science.

Variations

11 In exceptional circumstances Senate or its representative may approve a personal programme which does not conform to these regulations.

Honours / Distinction / Merit

12 This degree may be awarded with either Honours, Distinction, or Merit in accordance with the General Regulations – Masters Degrees.

Commencement

13 These regulations came into force on 1 January 2017. The 2010 regulations for the Degree of Master of Science were thereby repealed.

Master of Science (MSc) Schedule

A student who has to complete 120 points must satisfy the requirement for one of the following subjects:


Applied Mathematics

Prerequisite: A BSc(Hons) or PGDipSci in Applied Mathematics

Requirement:

Research Masters

120 points: MATHS 795 MSc Thesis in Applied Mathematics


Bioinformatics

Prerequisite: A BSc(Hons) in Bioinformatics, or a PGDipSci in Bioinformatics including BIOSCI 761, or an equivalent qualification as approved by the Programme Director

Requirement:

Research Masters

120 points: BIOINF 796 MSc Thesis in Bioinformatics


Biological Sciences

Prerequisite: A BSc(Hons) in Biological Sciences, or a PGDipSci in Biological Sciences including BIOSCI 761, or an equivalent qualification as approved by the Director

Requirement:

Research Masters

120 points: BIOSCI 796 MSc Thesis in Biological Sciences


Biomedical Science

The MSc in Biomedical Science was suspended in 2016. Students who have a current enrolment in this subject should contact their faculty for advice regarding completion.

Prerequisite: A BSc(Hons) in Biomedical Science, or a PGDipSci in Biomedical Science, or an equivalent qualification as approved by the Board of Studies (Biomedical Science)

Requirement:

Research Masters

120 points: BIOMED 796 MSc Thesis in Biomedical Science


Biosecurity and Conservation

Prerequisite: A PGDipSci in Biosecurity including BIOSCI 761 or ENVSCI 701, or an equivalent qualification as approved by the Director, School of Biological Sciences, or the Director, School of Environment

Requirement:

Research Masters

120 points: BIOSEC 796 Thesis in Biosecurity and Conservation


Biotechnology

Prerequisite: A BSc(Hons) or PGDipSci in Biotechnology or Biological Sciences including BIOSCI 761

Requirement:

Research Masters

30 points from BIOINF 701, BIOSCI 724–746, 749–759

90 points: BIOTECH 794 Thesis


Chemistry

Prerequisite: A BSc(Hons) or PGDipSci in Chemistry including CHEM 795

Requirement:

Research Masters

120 points: CHEM 796 MSc Thesis in Chemistry


Clinical Exercise Physiology

Prerequisite: A PGDipSci in Clinical Exercise Physiology or equivalent qualification as approved by the Head of Department

Requirement:

Taught Masters

75 points: EXERSCI 773, 774, 775

45 points: EXERSCI 792 Dissertation


Computer Science

Prerequisite: A BSc(Hons) or PGDipSci in Computer Science

Requirement:

Research Masters

120 points: COMPSCI 796 MSc Thesis in Computer Science


Earth Sciences

Prerequisite: A BSc(Hons) or PGDipSci in Applied Geology, Earth Sciences, Geography, or Geology

Requirement:

Research Masters

120 points: EARTHSCI 796 MSc Thesis in Earth Sciences


Environmental Management

Prerequisite: A PGDipSci in Environmental Management

Requirement:

Research Masters

120 points: ENVMGT 796 MSc Thesis in Environmental Management


Environmental Science

Prerequisite: A PGDipSci in Environmental Science or equivalent including ENVSCI 701

Requirement:

Research Masters

120 points: ENVSCI 796 MSc Thesis in Environmental Science


Exercise Sciences

Prerequisite: A BSc(Hons) or PGDipSci in Sport and Exercise Science, Exercise Sciences or a PGDipSci in Clinical Exercise Physiology

Requirement:

Research Masters

120 points: EXERSCI 796 MSc Thesis in Exercise Sciences


Food Science

Prerequisite: A BSc(Hons) or PGDipSci in Food Science, or equivalent

Requirement:

Research Masters

120 points: FOODSCI 796 MSc Thesis in Food Science


Forensic Science

Prerequisite: A Postgraduate Diploma in Forensic Science with an average of B– or higher or other relevant qualifications as approved by the Programme Director

Requirement:

Research Masters

120 points: FORENSIC 796 MSc Thesis in Forensic Science


Geography

Prerequisite: A BSc(Hons) or PGDipSci in Geography

Requirement:

Research Masters

120 points: GEOG 796 MastersThesis in Geography


Geophysics

Prerequisite: A BSc(Hons) or PGDipSci in Geophysics

Requirement:

Research Masters

120 points: GEOPHYS 796 MSc Thesis in Geophysics


Green Chemical Science

Prerequisite: A specialisation in Chemistry or Green Chemical Science or an equivalent subject approved by the Director, including CHEM 760, 795, and ENVSCI 701 or equivalent courses approved by the Director

Research Masters

Requirement:

120 points: CHEM 796 Thesis


Logic and Computation

Prerequisite: A BSc(Hons) or PGDipSci in Logic and Computation

Requirement:

Research Masters

120 points: LOGICOMP 796 Thesis


Marine Science

Prerequisite: A PGDipSci in Marine Science or equivalent

Requirement:

Research Masters

120 points: MARINE 796 MSc Thesis in Marine Science


Mathematics

Prerequisite: A BSc(Hons) or PGDipSci in Mathematics

Requirement:

Research Masters

120 points: MATHS 796 Thesis in Mathematics

or

30 points from MATHS 701–789, or approved 700 level courses in related subjects with the approval of the Head of Department

90 points: MATHS 798 Research Portfolio in Mathematics


Medical Statistics

Prerequisite: A major in Medical Statistics or Statistics or an equivalent subject approved by the Academic Head or nominee, with an average of 5.0 or higher including STATS 210 or 225 or an equivalent course approved by the Academic Head or nominee

Requirement:

Taught Masters

30 points: STATS 768, 780

15 points from STATS 732 or other 700 level courses offered at this University approved by the Academic Head or nominee

30 points from BIOINF 704, POPLHLTH 707–709, 711, 767, STATS 701–703, 705, 708–731, 735–767, 769–779, 782–787, or other 700 level courses offered at this University approved by the Academic Head or nominee

45 points: STATS 793 Dissertation


Optometry

Prerequisite: A BOptom or a PGDipSci in Optometry, and current registration as an optometrist and an annual practising certificate

Requirement:

Research Masters

120 points: OPTOM 796 MSc Thesis in Optometry

Taught Masters

90 points: OPTOM 791

30 points: OPTOM 757


Pharmacology

Prerequisite: A BSc(Hons) or PGDipSci in Pharmacology

Requirement:

Research Masters

120 points: PHARMCOL 796 MSc Thesis in Pharmacology


Physics

Prerequisite: A BSc(Hons) or PGDipSci in Physics

Requirement:

Research Masters

120 points: PHYSICS 796 MSc Thesis in Physics


Physiology

Prerequisite: A BSc(Hons) or PGDipSci in Physiology

Requirement:

Research Masters

120 points: PHYSIOL 796 MSc Thesis in Physiology


Psychology

Prerequisite: A BSc(Hons) or PGDipSci in Psychology and PSYCH 306, or equivalent as approved by the Head of School

Requirement:

Research Masters

120 points: PSYCH 796 Thesis in Psychology


Speech Science

Prerequisite: A PGDipSci in Speech Science, or equivalent as approved by the Chair of the Board of Studies

Requirement:

Research Masters

120 points: SPCHSCI 796 MSc Thesis in Speech Science


Statistics

Prerequisite: A BSc(Hons) or PGDipSci in Statistics or Medical Statistics with an average of B or higher; and STATS 210 or 225, or equivalent

Requirement:

Research Masters

30 points from 700 level courses in Statistics or other approved 600 or 700 level courses offered at this University

90 points: STATS 798 Thesis

Taught Masters

15 points: STATS 732

at least 45 points from BIOINF 704, POPLHLTH 707–709, 711, STATS 701–787

up to 15 points from another approved 700 level course offered at this University

45 points: STATS 793 Dissertation


Wine Science

Prerequisite: A PGDipSci in Wine Science

Requirement:

Research Masters

120 points: WINESCI 796 MSc Thesis in Wine Science

A student who has to complete 240 points must satisfy the requirement for one of the following subjects:


Applied Mathematics

Prerequisite: A major in Applied Mathematics or Mathematics, or an equivalent subject approved by the Academic Head or nominee, including MATHS 340, 361, and MATHS 362 or 363 or equivalent courses approved by the Academic Head or nominee

Requirement:

Research Masters

at least 60 points from MATHS 761–770

up to 60 points from approved 700 level courses in Mathematics or related subjects with approval of the Head of Department

120 points: MATHS 795 MSc Thesis in Applied Mathematics


Bioinformatics

Prerequisite: A BSc with a major in Bioinformatics or Biological Sciences and COMPSCI 220, or equivalent as approved by the Programme Director

Requirement:

Research Masters

75 points: BIOINF 701, 702, 704, BIOSCI 702, 761

45 points from BIOSCI 733, 737, 752, 755–758, COMPSCI 715, 720, 732, 760, 767, MATHS 764, STATS 720, 721, 730, 731, 732, 761, 783, 784, or related 700 level courses, from at least two departments as approved by the Programme Director

120 points: BIOINF 796 MSc Thesis in Bioinformatics


Biological Sciences

Prerequisite: A major in Biological Sciences, or equivalent as approved by the Director

Requirement:

Research Masters

15 points: BIOSCI 761

at least 75 points from BIOINF 701, BIOSCI 724–746, 749–761

up to 30 points from approved 700 level courses in a related subject

120 points: BIOSCI 796 MSc Thesis in Biological Sciences


Biomedical Science

The MSc in Biomedical Science was suspended in 2016. Students who have a current enrolment in this subject should contact their faculty for advice regarding completion.

Prerequisite: A major in Biomedical Science, or equivalent as approved by the Board of Studies (Biomedical Science)

Requirement:

Research Masters

at least 90 points from MEDSCI 703–723, 725–739, BIOINF 701, BIOSCI 728, 729, 733, 736, 737, 738, 741, 746, 755–761, HLTHPSYC 716

up to 30 points from other 700 level courses as approved by the Board of Studies (Biomedical Science)

120 points: BIOMED 796 MSc Thesis in Biomedical Science


Biosecurity and Conservation

Prerequisite: An approved BSc or equivalent experience subject to approval by the Programme Director

Requirement:

Research Masters

15 points: BIOSCI 761 or ENVSCI 701

45 points: BIOSCI 747, 748, ENVSCI 733

at least 30 points from BIOSCI 724, 730, 735, 751, ENVMGT 743, 746, ENVSCI 716, 737

up to 30 points from approved 700 level courses in the Faculty of Science

120 points: BIOSEC 796 Thesis in Biosecurity and Conservation


Chemistry

Prerequisite: A major in Chemistry

Requirement:

Research Masters

15 points: CHEM 795

at least 75 points from CHEM 710–780

up to 30 points from 700 level courses in Chemistry or related subjects with approval of the Head of School

120 points: CHEM 796 MSc Thesis in Chemistry


Clinical Exercise Physiology

Prerequisite: A BSc in Exercise Sciences, Sport and Exercise Science or equivalent approved programme

Requirement:

Taught Masters

90 points: EXERSCI 703, 705, 710, 712, 771, 772

30 points from approved 700 level courses in the Faculty of Science or the Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences

75 points: EXERSCI 773, 774, 775

45 points: EXERSCI 792 Dissertation


Computer Science

Prerequisite: A major in Computer Science

Requirement:

Research Masters

at least 90 points from COMPSCI 701–716, 720–780

up to 30 points from 700 level courses in a related subject with approval of the Head of Department

120 points: COMPSCI 796 MSc Thesis in Computer Science


Earth Sciences

Prerequisite: A major in Applied Geology, Earth Sciences, Geography, or Geology and at least 90 points at Stage III with at least 45 points at Stage III in Earth Sciences or Geology

Requirement:

Research Masters

at least 90 points from EARTHSCI 703–772, GEOG 730, 745, 746, 771, 772, GEOPHYS 760, 761

up to 30 points from 700 level courses as approved by the Programme Coordinator

120 points: EARTHSCI 796 MSc Thesis in Earth Sciences


Environmental Management

Prerequisite: An approved BSc, BE, BA, BPlan, BCom or equivalent degree

Requirement:

Research Masters

15 points: GEOG 701

and

at least 60 points from ENVMGT 741–747

and

up to 45 points from 700 level courses as approved by the Programme Coordinator

and

120 points: ENVMGT 796 MSc Thesis in Environmental Management


Environmental Science

Prerequisite: An approved BSc, or other equivalent degree

Requirement:

Research Masters

30 points: ENVSCI 701, 711

at least 60 points from EARTHSCI 705, 720, ENVSCI 702–707, 713–738, GEOG 730, 745–749, 771, ENVMGT 742, 744, MARINE 703

up to 30 points from 700 level courses as approved by the Programme Coordinator

120 points: ENVSCI 796 MSc Thesis in Environmental Science


Exercise Sciences

Prerequisite: A major in Sport and Exercise Science or Exercise Sciences, or equivalent

Requirement:

Research Masters

15 points: EXERSCI 705

at least 75 points from EXERSCI 702–704, 706–714

up to 30 points from other 700 level courses as approved by the Head of Department

120 points: EXERSCI 796 MSc Thesis in Exercise Sciences


Food Science

Prerequisite: A major in Food Science, or Food Science and Nutrition, or in Biological Sciences, or in Chemistry, or in other relevant areas as approved by the Programme Coordinator

Requirement:

Research Masters

60 points from FOODSCI 703, 707, 708, CHEMMAT 757

60 points from approved 700 level courses

120 points: FOODSCI 796 MSc Thesis in Food Science


Forensic Science

Prerequisite: An approved BSc or other equivalent degree as approved by the Programme Director

Requirement:

Research Masters

105 points from FORENSIC 701–704, 706, 707

15 points from 700 level courses as approved by the Programme Director

120 points: FORENSIC 796 MSc Thesis in Forensic Science


Geography

Prerequisite: A major in Geography or Earth Sciences with 45 points at Stage III in Geography

Requirement:

Research Masters

15 points: GEOG 701

at least 75 points from EARTHSCI 705, 713, 732, ENVMGT 741–746, ENVSCI 704, 713, 737, 738, GEOG 712–779

up to 30 additional points from other 700 level courses in a related subject as approved by the Academic Head

120 points: GEOG 796 Masters Thesis in Geography


Geophysics

Prerequisite: A major in Geophysics, or equivalent as approved by the Geophysics Graduate Programme Advisor

Requirement:

Research Masters

30 points from GEOPHYS 711–713, 761

90 points from 700 level courses in Earth Sciences, Geophysics, Mathematics, Physics or other Science subjects approved by the Programme Coordinator

120 points: GEOPHYS 796 MSc Thesis in Geophysics


Green Chemical Science

Prerequisite: A major or specialisation in Chemistry or Green Chemical Science or an equivalent subject approved by the Director, including CHEM 360 and ENVSCI 301 or equivalent courses approved by the Director

Research Masters

Requirement:

75 points from CHEM 710–751, 780

45 points: CHEM 760, 795, ENVSCI 714

120 points: CHEM 796 Thesis


Logic and Computation

Prerequisite: A major in Logic and Computation

Requirement:

Research Masters

15 points from COMPSCI 720, 750

15 points from PHIL 736–738

90 additional points from LOGICOMP 701, 702, COMPSCI 720, 750, 760, 767, LINGUIST 721, 724, MATHS 713, 715, PHIL 736–738

120 points: LOGICOMP 796 Thesis


Marine Science

Prerequisite: An approved BSc, BE, or equivalent degree

Requirement:

Research Masters

15 points: MARINE 701

15 points from BIOSCI 761, CHEM 795, ENVSCI 701

90 points from the following 700 level courses including at least two of the following subject areas: BIOSCI 724–727, 733, 738, 739, 749, CHEM 770, EARTHSCI 720, ENVMGT 742, 744, ENVSCI 702, 704, 714, FOODSCI 703, 708, GEOG 730, 746, 748, 771, GEOPHYS 711–713, 761, MARINE 702–705, STATS 767, or other courses approved by the Programme Coordinator

120 points: MARINE 796 MSc Thesis in Marine Science


Mathematics

Prerequisite: A major in Mathematics or an equivalent subject approved by the Academic Head or nominee, including MATHS 332, and MATHS 320 or 328 or equivalent courses approved by the Academic Head or nominee. MATHS 302 may be substituted for one of MATHS 320, 328, 332

Requirement:

Research Masters

at least 75 points in 700 level Mathematics courses

up to 45 points from approved 700 level courses in Mathematics or related subjects, with the approval of the Head of Department

and either

120 points: MATHS 796 Thesis in Mathematics

or

30 points from MATHS 701–789, 792–797 or 700 level courses in related subjects as approved by the Head of Department

90 points: MATHS 798 Research Portfolio in Mathematics


Medical Statistics

Prerequisite: A major in Statistics or an equivalent subject approved by the Academic Head or nominee

Requirement:

Taught Masters

75 points: POPLHLTH 708, STATS 768, 770, 773, 780

15 points from STATS 732 or other 700 level courses offered at this University approved by the Academic Head or nominee

15 points from STATS 779, 782

at least 60 points from BIOINF 704, POPLHLTH 707,709, 711, 767, STATS 701–703, 705, 708–731, 735–767, 769–779, 782–787

up to 30 points from 700 level courses offered at this University approved by the Academic Head or nominee

45 points: STATS 793 Dissertation


Optometry

Prerequisite: A BOptom, or an equivalent qualification approved by the Head of School

Requirement:

Research Masters

either

120 points from OPTOM 751, 752, 757, 759

or

at least 90 points from OPTOM 751, 752, 757, 759 and up to 30 points from 700 level courses in a related subject as approved by the Head of School

120 points: OPTOM 796 MSc Thesis in Optometry


Pharmacology

Prerequisite: A major in Pharmacology or equivalent as approved by the Head of Department

Requirement:

Research Masters

at least 60 points from MEDSCI 700, 701, 715–723, 735, 744

up to 60 points from other 700 level courses as approved by the Head of Department

120 points: PHARMCOL 796 MSc Thesis in Pharmacology


Physics

Prerequisite: A major in Physics, or equivalent as approved by the Head of Department

Requirement:

Research Masters

75 points from PHYSICS 701–788

and either

45 additional points from PHYSICS 701–788, MATHS 761–763, GEOPHYS 761–780

or

at least 15 additional points from PHYSICS 701–788, MATHS 761–763, GEOPHYS 761–780

and

up to 30 points from approved 700 level courses in related subjects as approved by the Head of Department

120 points: PHYSICS 796 MSc Thesis in Physics


Physiology

Prerequisite: A BSc with a major in Physiology, or equivalent qualification

Requirement:

Research Masters

30 points: MEDSCI 733, 743

90 points from MEDSCI 701–703, 717, 727–734, 737, 739, 744

120 points: PHYSIOL 796 MSc Thesis in Physiology


Psychology

Prerequisite: A major in Psychology and PSYCH 306, or equivalent as approved by the Head of School

Requirement:

Research Masters

120 points from PSYCH 700–770, 775

or

105 points from PSYCH 700–770, 775, up to 15 points from other approved 700 level courses in related subjects

120 points: PSYCH 796 Thesis in Psychology


Speech Science

Prerequisite: A BSc, or other qualification as approved by the Chair of the Board of Studies

Requirement:

Research Masters

60 points from SPCHSCI 701, 711–713, 722, 723, 733, 736, 743, 746, 751–754

60 points from other approved 700 level courses in Audiology, Computer Science, Engineering, Linguistics, Psychology, Physiology, Speech Science

120 points: SPCHSCI 796 MSc Thesis in Speech Science


Statistics

Prerequisite: A major in Statistics, or equivalent as approved by the Head of Department

Requirement:

Research Masters

15 points: STATS 732

15 points from STATS 779, 782

at least 90 points from BIOINF 704, POPLHLTH 707–709, 711, STATS 701–787

up to 30 points from approved 700 level courses offered at this University

90 points: STATS 798 Thesis

Taught Masters

15 points: STATS 732

15 points from STATS 779, 782

at least 150 points from BIOINF 704, POPLHLTH 707–709, 711, STATS 701–787

up to 15 points from another approved 700 level course offered at this University

45 points: STATS 793 Dissertation


Wine Science

Prerequisite: A BSc, or other relevant degree as approved by the Programme Director

Requirement:

Research Masters

at least 75 points from WINESCI 701–708

up to 45 points from approved 700 level courses in Biological Sciences, Chemical and Materials Engineering, Chemistry, Food Science or Geography as approved by the Programme Director

120 points: WINESCI 796 MSc Thesis in Wine Science

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