Graduates of Te Aho Pūtaiao: Bachelor of Environmental Studies may pathway:

Employment pathways

Graduates will have skills and knowledge to undertake a range of Māori and general environmental/resource management roles:

  • Hapū, Iwi, Hāpori Environment Liaison/Advisor
  • Hapū, Iwi, Hāpori Environment Monitor
  • Environmental Monitoring Officer
  • Environmental Analyst
  • Environmental Policy Advisor/Writer
  • Environmental Field Technician
  • Environmental Consultant/Contractor
  • Environmental Researcher
  • Administrator
  • Iwi Officer
  • Ranger
  • Field Researcher
  • Local and District Council positions
  • Other environment/cultural positions


Education pathways

Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi continues to offer programmes of study at higher levels. Graduates of the Bachelor of Environmental Studies may be interested in one of the following internal higher study options:

  • Master of Māori Studies
  • Master of Indigenous Studies
  • Doctor of Philosophy
  • Doctor of Māori Development and Advancement
  • Doctor of Indigenous Development and Advancement


Graduates of the Bachelor of Environmental Studies may also be interested in higher study options at other tertiary education organisations, providing the graduate meets their entry and admission criteria


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