The University of Waikato offers 120-point, 180-point and 240-point masters programmes. A 120-point masters can be completed in one academic year, and normally follows a bachelors with honours degree or postgraduate diploma in the same subject. A 180-point or 240-point masters degree normally follows an undergraduate bachelors degree and can take from 12 months to two years to complete.
Entry requirements and completion times vary by faculty. Masters degrees may be awarded with a class of honours, or in some cases, distinction. The programme may combine taught papers with a research thesis or dissertation.
Master of Applied Psychology
Master of Arts
Master of Arts (Applied)
Master of Business Administration
Master of Business and Management
Master of Computer Graphic Design
Master of Counselling
Master of Cyber Security
Master of Disability and Inclusion Studies
Master of Education
Master of Educational Leadership
Master of Electronic Commerce
Master of Engineering
Master of Environmental Planning
Master of Laws
Master of Laws in Māori/Pacific and Indigenous Peoples' Law
Master of Management Studies
Master of Māori and Pacific Development
Master of Media and Creative Technologies
Master of Music
Master of Professional Management
Master of Science
Master of Science (Research)
Master of Science (Technology)
Master of Social Sciences
Master of Sport and Leisure Studies
Master of Teaching and Learning
For information on masters degrees, visit the relevant faculty or school of study.
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