The degree is accredited by the Engineering New Zealand to ensure it meets national and international standards. Once you've graduated, you'll be eligible to become a graduate member of Engineering New Zealand.
Internationally, the degree is accredited to the International Engineering Alliance's Sydney Accord.
What you will learn
Learn the fundamental principles of management, communications and economics for engineering and management roles
Further, your problem solving and critical thinking skills
Develop an awareness of the social and environmental impact of engineering
Understand principles underlying the technology in your area of specialisation
Develop modern design techniques in your area of specialisation
Learn how to use advanced technology to design and develop a project
Degree programme structure
Completed as an apprenticeship model the Bachelor of Engineering Technology (Apprenticeship Model) will take at least 4 years to complete.
Natural resources engineer
Water and waste engineer
- Asset manager
For entry into this programme, you need to be in employment appropriate for a civil or mechanical major; Asset Management pathway and have an employer that is supporting you in your study.
Under 20 years
- NCEA Level 3 (including three subjects at Level 3 – including Physics with a minimum of 14 credits and Calculus with a minimum of 14 credits plus one other subject with a minimum of 14 credits from the list of NZQA approved subject).
- 10 credits NCEA Level 2 literacy – 5 credits in reading and 5 credits in writing.
- 10 credits NCEA Level 1 numeracy or above. Or equivalent qualification.
20 years and over
If you’re 20 years or over, you may qualify for special admission on this programme. This is assessed on a case by case basis and may factor in education, work experience or a combination of both. Contact us if you don’t meet the Under 20 entry criteria.