A Victoria degree is a world-class degree. Find out about the different degree options available by looking at the pages in this section.
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The Bachelor of Architectural Studies, and its specialisations—Architecture, Architecture History and Theory, Interior Architecture and Landscape Architecture.
While the Bachelor of Arts allows you to study the subjects important to you, a Victoria BA is about more than just subject areas. Find out more here.
The Bachelor of Biomedical Science (BBmedSc) provides courses in the fundamentals of modern molecular and cell biology relevant to current health services.
Victoria is an international leader in Building Science. We offer the country’s leading programme devoted to the science of building construction and practice.
Our business programmes are certified by 3 international organisations as meeting their standards for content, learning for students and a global perspective.
Victoria’s Bachelor of Design Innovation degree allows you to specialise in one of three areas—Culture+Context, Industrial Design or Media Design.
Right from the start of this degree you will gain core skills and apply them to design and build technology, such as autonomous robots and computer games.
Bachelor of Laws graduates contribute to every aspect of life in New Zealand, whether practising as lawyers or working in government, business or the community.
Rigorous preparation for performance, a stimulating composition/sound design environment and inspirational options for the academic study of music.
Learn from international leaders in areas such as materials science, marine biology, human geography, forensic psychology, seismology and climate change.
The BTM’s specialist teaching staff are involved in research worldwide, and offer courses that are up to date and in touch with international trends.
These challenging conjoint programmes produce teachers of the highest quality, who can use their specialised skills to inspire and teach future generations.