Bachelor of Aquaculture and Marine Conservation
Level 7

Bachelor of Aquaculture and Marine Conservation

  • NMIT is part of Te Pūkenga

    This means that you will now graduate with a Te Pūkenga qualification. Read more

  • Locations and dates

    No start dates are currently available. Register to be informed when new dates are added.
  • Study options

    Full time or part time

  • Length

    3 years full time or 4-6 years part time study

  • Total credits


  • Fees

    2024: Year One - $7,746: Year Two - $6,982: Year Three - $6,705: plus $246 Student Services Levy per year

    Compulsory Student Services Levy applies ($2 per credit).

    Fees listed are for each year of the programme, indicative only and may vary with course selection.

    View course details for individual fees.

  • National qualification code


This programme will provide you with specialist knowledge, as well as technical and practical skills relating to aquaculture and marine conservation.

If you achieved University Entrance (UE) in 2020, the entry requirements for this programme may differ from those displayed on this page and in printed material due to the disruption caused by COVID-19. To find out about entry requirements for those who achieve UE in 2020 see the NZQA website(external link).
bachelor of aquaculture and marine conservation

At Te Pukenga NMIT, we bring together marine conservation and aquaculture to start addressing solutions to the threats to many of our planet's marine and freshwater environments. These threats have come from overfishing, pollution, habitat destruction, climate change and more. Education about marine conservation is critical to start addressing these global and local issues.

Students are encouraged to think further and be taught about tropical marine environments. All this knowledge is combined to create a greater understanding of ecology and environmental impacts to further progress momentum into the marine conservation and sustainable aquaculture space.

The programme was designed with industry, so you will graduate with practical skills and knowledge in aquatic ecology and marine conservation biology and communication and operations management skills to immediately contribute to the aquaculture industry, locally, nationally or internationally.

If you are already in the industry in New Zealand and looking to get a qualification, talk to us about how we can make that work for you to study alongside your employment.








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