Lincoln University's Graduate Diploma in Commerce offers students the opportunity to undertake full-time or part-time study in a finite range of commerce specialisations to acquire new work-related knowledge. The diploma is typically taken on a part-time basis to allow for continued work during the study period - although it is possible to complete the diploma in two semesters of full-time study respectively.
Lincoln University’s Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com.) degree has a specific focus on value chains. Value chains connect the world, and so do our graduates. Be it in supply chain management, marketing, food and resource economics, global business, or accounting and finance, our graduates are bringing the world to New Zealand and New Zealand to the world.
Lincoln's Bachelor of Agribusiness and Food Marketing degree will equip you with a sound applied knowledge of core business concepts and the unique commercial considerations of the multi-billion dollar primary production industry. A rapidly-growing global population and the constraints of finite resources require a more savvy approach to the business of food production and food marketing. Likewise, the increasing sophistication and purchasing power of consumers throughout the world means an increasing demand for a diverse range of high-quality products.