The University Of Auckland Courses


The University of Auckland offers a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. Browse our list of over 60 available subjects or search for a course using our course finders.

Explore your study options

  • Business and commerce
  • Education and teaching
  • Engineering and construction
  • Fine arts, design and architecture
  • Health, medicine and biomedical sciences
  • History, literature and philosophy
  • Languages, cultures and globalisation
  • Law and justice
  • Māori, Pacific and indigenous worlds
  • Media, music and performing arts
  • Science and mathematics
  • Society, politics and people
  • Technology and innovation

Explore our subjects

A

Academic English Studies
Academic English Studies and Linguistics
Anthropology
Applied Linguistics
Art History
Arts General
Arts Scholars
Asian Studies

B

Biological Sciences

C

Career
Chinese
Citizenship of Aotearoa New Zealand
Classical Studies and Ancient History
Coding and Logic
Communication
Comparative Literature
Computer Science
Conflict and Terrorism Studies
Cook Islands Maori
Creative Writing
Criminology
Critical Thinking

D

Dance Studies
Development Studies
Drama

E

Economics
Education
Employment Relations and Organisation Studies
English
English Writing
European Studies

F

French

G

Gender Studies
Geography
German
Greek

H

History
Humanities

I

Indigenous Studies
Italian

J

Japanese

K

Korean

L

Language Teaching and Learning
Languages and Literature
Latin
Latin American Studies
Linguistics
Logic and Computation

M

Māori, Pacific and Indigenous Knowledges
Māori Studies
Mathematics
Media, Film and Television
Modern Languages
Museums and Cultural Heritage
Music

P

Pacific Studies
Philosophy
Physics
Politics and International Relations
Psychology
Public Policy

R

Russian

S

Samoan
Screen Production
Social Science for Public Health
Sociology
Spanish
Spatial Information and Analysis
Statistics
Sustainability

T

Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL)
Theological and Religious Studies
Tongan*
Translation Studies

V

Visual Literacy: Researching Images