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Entry to the Master of Sustainable Development Goals requires a bachelor degree (or equivalent) with a grade average of at least B in the highest level courses.
For general entry requirements see Massey University entry requirements.
The Master of Sustainable Development Goals (MSDG) is a 180 credit programme consisting of two parts. Part One is coursework and Part Two is a research practicum.
The MSDG is completed with a specialisation. The four specialisations available are Business and Sustainability, Disaster Management, Environmental Sustainability and Global Development.
At least a B grade average is required in the first 60 credits of courses completed in Part One for progression to Part Two
This qualification may be awarded with Distinction or Merit. To be considered for Distinction/Merit all requirements must be completed within 18 months for full-time study or 4 years for part-time study.
The maximum time permitted for completion of the MSDG is 5 years.
Students who successfully complete Part One but do not meet the minimum grade average for progression will exit with a Postgraduate Diploma in Arts, Postgraduate Certificate in Arts or equivalent qualification from Business or Science.
The Master of Sustainable Development Goals consists of two parts:
60 credits of specialisation courses
131.810 Sustainable Development Goals Practicum (60 credits)
These regulations should be read in conjunction with all other Statutes and Regulations of the University including the General Regulations for Postgraduate Degrees, Postgraduate Diplomas and Postgraduate Certificates
Please refer to the ‘regulations’ button for a full list of all courses available in this programme.
We can't tell you the exact cost until you have chosen your courses, as the tuition fees you pay each year vary depending on the courses you choose. There will also be compulsory non-tuition fees you have to pay in addition to your tuition fees. For some courses there may be other charges for things such as study resources, software, trips and contact workshops.
To get an approximate idea of tuition costs for typical study areas, you can use our quick guide to programme fees.
If you already know which courses you are going to take, you can use our Fees calculator to get an estimate of your fees.
You might be eligible to apply for a scholarship or award. You can use our scholarship search to see what is available. You may also be eligible for a student loan to help towards paying your fees.
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