Tertiary Pathways 2022

QUALIFICATION

SCHOOL SUBJECTS AND RECOMMENDATIONS

Selected entry requirements: Students who have been endorsed with Excellence in NCEA Level 2, including excellence in an approved art, design or technology subject will be offered automatic entry to the BDes (Hons) programme. This is subject to achieving University Entrance with 14 credits in an approved art, design or technology subject at NCEA Level 3. Students who do not qualify under the automatic entry criteria will need to submit a portfolio of work: see creative.massey.ac.nz For students of the Cambridge International Examination system, automatic entry requires an AS grade A or B in an approved art, design or technology subject. Entry would be confirmed once the student has achieved university entrance. These requirements guarantee entry. Students who don’t meet these will still be considered on a case by case basis. > NCEALEVEL 3: 16 credits in Mathematics (including standards 91577, 91578 and 91579); 16 credits in Physics (including standards 91523, 91524 and 91526); plus (for Chemical and Bioprocess Engineering major or minor only) 14 credits in Chemistry (including standards 91390, 91391 and 91392). > CIE: a C grade at A Level in each of Mathematics and Physics, plus (for Chemical and Bioprocess Engineering major or minor only) a C grade at A Level in Chemistry. Excludes General Paper. > IB: 29 points including 5 points at higher level in each of Mathematics and Physics, plus (for Chemical and Bioprocess Engineering major or minor only) 5 points at higher level Chemistry. Selected entry requirements: Students who have been endorsed with Excellence in NCEA Level 2, including excellence in an approved art, design or technology subject will be offered automatic entry to the BFA (Hons) programme. This is subject to achieving University Entrance with 14 credits in an approved art, design or technology subject at NCEA Level 3. For students of the Cambridge International Examination system, automatic entry requires an AS grade A or B in an approved art, design or technology subject. Entry would be confirmed once the student has achieved university entrance. Students who do not qualify under the automatic entry criteria will need to submit a portfolio of work: see creative.massey.ac.nz Fine Arts applicants are also asked to attend an informal interview. These requirements guarantee entry. Students who don’t meet these will still be considered on a case by case basis. > NCEALEVEL 3: 16 credits in Mathematics (including standards 91577, 91578 and 91579); 16 credits in Physics (including standards 91523, 91524 and 91526); plus 14 credits in Chemistry (including standards 91390, 91391 and 91392). > CIE: a C grade at A Level in each of Mathematics and Physics, plus a C grade at A Level in Chemistry. Excludes General Paper. > IB: 29 points including 5 points at higher level in each of Mathematics and Physics, plus 5 points at higher level Chemistry.

Bachelor of Design with Honours

Bachelor of Engineering with Honours

Bachelor of Fine Arts with Honours

Bachelor of Food Technology with Honours

Bachelor of Health Science

No specific subject requirements.

Bachelor of Horticultural Science Bachelor of Information Sciences

Biology, Chemistry and English are strongly recommended. Statistics is recommended. Students for whom English is a second language are required to achieve an IELTS score of 6.5 - no band lower then 6.0.

Calculus or Statistics is recommended.

Bachelor of Māori Visual Arts

Selected entry requirements: These are the same as the Bachelor of Design and Bachelor of Fine Arts (above).

> NCEA: 14 credits or more at Level 3 or higher in at least one to the following subjects: biology, chemistry or physics Selectede ntry requirements: a first aid certificate is required on admission, as well as a written statement, referees, and a criminal record check. Students for whom English is a second language are required to achieve an IELTS score of 6.5 on every band.

Bachelor of Nursing

Bachelor of Retail and Business Management

No specific subject requirements.

Bachelor of Resource & Environmental Planning

No specific subject requirements. Useful subjects include Geography, Design, Business, History, Māori Studies and Science. Biology Chemistry Physics MathematicsandStatistics*

Bachelor of Science

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Chemistry

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Computer Science

Data Science Earth Science

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Ecology

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