One of our most popular postgraduate options is the Taught Master’s qualification, which you can complete in 12-18 months. Each programme consists only of coursework, with no thesis requirement.
A Taught Master’s degree allows you to specialise in your chosen field and can open up a wide range of high-level career options.
Choose from the following Taught Master’s programmes:
- Master of Applied Computing
- Master of Business (Finance)
- Master of Business (Global Management and Marketing)
- Master of Disaster Risk and Resilience
- Master of Environmental Policy and Management
- Master of International Rural Development
- Master of Landscape Architecture (Taught)
- Master of Management in Agribusiness
- Master of Management in Agricultural Systems
- Master of Professional Accounting (CPA)
- Master of Precision Agriculture
- Master of Pest Management
- Master of Planning
- Master of Science in Food Innovation
- Master of Sport and Recreation Management
- Master of Tourism Management
- Master of Wine and Viticulture
Until the end of 2021, we are offering fee waivers to domestic students of all our Taught Master’s programmes (except the Master of Disaster Risk and Resilience, which is taught jointly with the University of Canterbury).
For more information about this, see our Free Study Options webpage.
To submit your application online, you will need:
A birth certificate or passport (a scanned copy showing the same name that is on your academic documents).
Academic documents. These must be:
- In the original language. If this is not English, then an official translation should be provided.
- Academic transcripts (results or mark sheets) for all tertiary education qualifications, either completed or partially completed. The transcript must include the courses taken and the marks or grades achieved. The grading scale used must also be provided.
- Confirmation of any completed qualifications, if applicable. This can be either:
- – an award certificate,
- – a statement on the transcript, or
- – a letter from the awarding institution.
- If English is not your first language, you will need to provide evidence that your level of English meets the English language requirements for admission to Lincoln. If you don’t currently have this, you can provide it to us later.
A Curriculum Vitae or resume
- This is optional but can be used to evaluate your experience to support your application. It should be brief and must include tertiary education and any employment or project experience.