Diploma in natural resources in Lincoln university
Lincoln University's Diploma in Natural Resources includes courses from the Bachelor of Environment and Society, Bachelor of Environmental Management, Bachelor of Environmental Policy and Planning, Bachelor of Landscape Architecture, Bachelor of Sport and Recreation Management and the Bachelor of Tourism Management. This is a one-year, full-time flexible, broad-based study programme to create a firm grounding in the field of natural resources, with a view to further study or a possible career change.
Transcripts from the previously attended schools, 38 NCEA credits at Level 3 or higher (including three approved subjects with a minimum of 10 credits in each subject, plus UE literacy and numeracy) or equivalent, Resume/CV, English language profeciency test scores (ELTS score of 5.5)
Conservation scientists, Environmental scientists and specialists, Park & Recreation Ranger
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