It is predicted New Zealand will need 50,000 more graduates for agriculture-related roles by 2050. Massey teaches into all the agriculture programmes where that job growth is forecast and many of our students have jobs before they graduate.
Massey's agricommerce programme aligns itself with agribusiness industries throughout the world. This ensures that our graduates have the skills and industry knowledge employers want today, and in the future.
This degree gives you an understanding of agricultural systems within the context of the economy and society. Your study will focus on areas of agriculture systems such as soils, plant and animals, economics and agricultural systems, management and sustainability.
This degree will teach you how to develop and implement best practice building solutions and construction management techniques. The construction industry is experiencing unprecedented growth which has led to acute shortages of construction graduates.
Start becoming an engineer from day one of your studies at Massey. We have a practical learning environment, and more work experience with commercial engineering firms than other New Zealand engineering qualification.
This is the only degree in Australasia that combines food science, food engineering and food business. That gives you more than a food science degree - you'll gain the technical and business skills to apply your knowledge in the commercial world.
Massey is one of the few universities in New Zealand where your information sciences qualification covers all three disciplines of computer science, information technology and software engineering. You'll emerge from your studies with a well-rounded understanding and specialist skills that you'll need to become an excellent ICT professional.
In the study of natural sciences you will work across scientific areas. You'll learn about the sociology of science, sustainability, philosophy and project management, putting fundamental sciences into the real world to come up with real solutions.
Massey's Bachelor of Resource and Environmental Planning teaches you how to contribute to designing better communities and ensuring sustainable use of resources. Planners design more liveable, sustainable and resilient environments that respond to rapid economic, environmental, political and technological changes.
Massey's Bachelor of Science (BSc) gives you flexibility and freedom of choice. You can select from a wide variety of majors and minors including agricultural science, animal science, zoology, plant science, environmental science and more.
Massey is the only university in New Zealand that offers a veterinary degree. It is widely recognised and accredited internationally which means you could work as a veterinarian in New Zealand, Australia, the UK, Canada, the USA, and many other countries.
Vet technologists are to vets, what paramedics are to doctors. This is a broad veterinary-science-based degree which will expose you to various fields in the veterinary and related animal health professions.
Once you have completed your undergraduate degree, Massey has internationally-respected postgraduate qualifications ranging from honours to masters and doctorates. Our new Master of Agriculture is specifically focused on primary production systems, and can be endorsed in agriculture, horticulture, equine or life cycle management.