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Software Engineering - Degree Programmes
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  Bachelor of Applied Science
The Bachelor of Applied Science is a three-year programme linking applied science and technologys. The programme introduces students to advanced knowledge in their chosen applied science major. Otago BAppSc graduates will have an excellent preparation for work in private and public sector organisations.

Bachelor Applied Science with Honours (BAppSc(Hons))
The programme also offers a one-year Honours degree, which can be taken by graduates who have completed a major in Software Engineering. The honours year exposes students to a greater number of softare engineering topics and extends student knowledge in their chosen area. The degree can also act as preparation for postgraduate research.

For further information on the BAppSc, please contact

The Applied Science Programme
Tel: 64 3 479 3149
Fax: 64 3 479 3066


Postgraduate Studies:

The Postgraduate Diploma in Science (PGDipSci) in Software Engineering and the the Postgraduate Diploma in Applied Science (PGDipAppSc) in Software Engineering are one-year postgraduate degrees for students who have a bachelors degree in a technical discipline and a suitble preparation in telecommunications. A postgraduate degree in Software Engineering can lead to further study if desired: MAppSci, DipBusAdmin, MBus, MEntr, MBA, PhD.

Master of Applied Science (MAppSc)
General information about the MAppSc degree programme at the University of Otago. For specific information, please contact the Programme Director, Professor Martin Purvis.

For general information about studying at the University you can telephone: the Information Line - 0800 80 80 98