Apply for the Bachelor of Surveying with Honours (BSurv(Hons)) through the Dunedin campus in 2020Apply Now
The core subjects taken for the BSurv(Hons) degree are identical to those taken for the BSurv. However, the total points required for a degree with Honours increases from 522 to 550 points, due to completing a research project in the final year (SURV590 - worth 40 points). (Note: BSurv Honours students are required to undertake three rather than four outside elective papers, that are necessary in the BSurv degree). Students whose academic record is at the B+ average level for 2nd and 3rd year may apply for acceptance into the Honours Programme by registering for this programme on eVision.
A student, having completed an honours degree will have the option of being admitted to study towards a Masters degree by thesis only and, in the case of first class honours, may be admitted directly to the University’s PhD programme.
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Bachelor of Surveying with Honours (BSurv(Hons))
The compulsory papers for the First, Second and Third Year courses for the ordinary degree of Bachelor of Surveying (in approved cases, students may be credited with or be granted exemptions from some papers on the basis of previous tertiary passes.)
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PMAN 501 Advanced Project Management
SURV 450 Professional Practice
SURV 455 Statutory Planning B
SURV 499 Vacation Employment
SURV 590 Dissertation
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Papers worth a minimum of 58 points, including at least 40 points at 500-level selected from:
Surveying students are required to pay excursion and field camp fees for SURV298, SURV399, SURV399 in addition to the regular university tuition fees. Details are available from the School of Surveying.