Dip - Physics as a subject
A diploma is a short-term study option that can help pave your way to future success.
Physics aims to understand the entire physical world, from the sub-atomic to the cosmological.
- Applied Computing
- Computer Science
- Design Media
- Earth Sciences
- Education and Society
- English as a Second Language
- Environmental Sciences
- Human Development
- Industrial Relations and Human Resource Management
- International Languages and Cultures
- Materials and Processing
- Māori Cultural Studies/Tikanga Māori
- Māori Language/Te Reo Māori
- Māori Media and Communication
- Political Science
- Population Studies
- Public Policy
- Screen and Media Studies
- Social Policy
- Theatre Studies
- Treaty of Waitangi Studies/Akoranga Te Tiriti o Waitangi
- Writing Studies
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- Applications Engineer
- Avionics Engineer
- Electronics Engineer
- Medical Physicist
- Satellite Information Processor
Papers available within Physics
Prescriptions for the PGCert(Phys), PGDip(Phys), BSc(Hons), MSc, MSc(Research) and MSc(Tech)
Enrolment in papers towards the BSc(Hons) is only by invitation of the Head. To complete a BSc(Hons) in Physics, students must complete 120 points at 500 level, including at least 30 points in research (normally PHYSC591) and at least 30 points from the papers listed for Physics.
Students in masters degrees are normally required to take a thesis and a selection of papers.
Candidates for these graduate qualifications should select their papers in consultation with the Head of School.
Scholarships and prizes
Selected scholarships for Physics students.