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Memorial University has led the development of the aquaculture industry in Newfoundland and Labrador. Aquaculture activity in the province has its origins at Memorial University's Marine Sciences Research Laboratory, the precursor of the Department of Ocean Sciences. Read more
Memorial University has led the development of the aquaculture industry in Newfoundland and Labrador. Aquaculture activity in the province has its origins at Memorial University's Marine Sciences Research Laboratory, the precursor of the Department of Ocean Sciences. Memorial's pioneering activity continues through aquaculture research at the Department of Ocean Sciences and the Marine Institute, Canada’s most comprehensive centre for education, training, applied research, and industrial support for the ocean industries.

Research activities involve the development of new species for aquaculture in the province. Faculty expertise exists in a wide range of scientific and practical areas, including feed development and analysis, marine larviculture, fish husbandry, commercial scale feeding trials, design of grow-out systems for fish and shellfish culture, optimizing shellfish farm production, international links and consultancy, bivalve larvae, and spat monitoring.

The MSc Aquaculture is an interdisciplinary program designed to instruct students in research using principles from a wide range of disciplines. Research problems may include field and/or laboratory studies of one or more species of marine or freshwater flora and/or fauna. The program involves courses and a thesis, and can be completed in two years of full-time study.

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Memorial’s graduate diploma and master’s program in Marine Studies are offered through Memorial’s Fisheries and Marine Institute – Canada’s most comprehensive centre for education and training for the ocean industries. Read more
Memorial’s graduate diploma and master’s program in Marine Studies are offered through Memorial’s Fisheries and Marine Institute – Canada’s most comprehensive centre for education and training for the ocean industries.

Memorial’s graduate diploma and master’s program in Marine Studies Fisheries Resource Management (FRM) will enhance your work or career progression by providing a wealth of knowledge with real world applications. You will develop, through formal education, those skills that are essential to the management of fisheries resources. This multidisciplinary program will provide an understanding of relevant concepts in biology, economics, and business, as well as fisheries policy and planning. While focused primarily on the North Atlantic, the program also deals with major world fisheries as well as quantitative assessment methods. The program is applicable to all facets of the industry, and is a must for individuals involved in the day-to-day business of fisheries resource management locally, nationally, or internationally.

Memorial’s Master of Marine Studies Marine Spatial Planning and Management (MSPM) will position you for opportunities in the growing global field of comprehensive spatial planning and management for coastal and ocean areas. You will develop, through formal education, a suite of knowledge and skills necessary to succeed in this multi-faceted and collaborative approach to coastal and ocean governance. This multidisciplinary program will provide an understanding of marine spatial planning processes and management approaches and associated governance, policy/legislative, ecological, social, cultural and economic elements. This will be complemented by practical skills for stakeholder engagement, project management and use of geospatial technology to support planning and management efforts.

This program is the first of its kind in Canada. It is available primarily online with one in-house residency course offered during the six week spring intercession in St. John’s and some on campus electives.

The MMS (FRM) program offers both course and major report options, and can be completed in two years of full-time study.

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Memorial’s graduate diploma and master’s program in Marine Studies are offered through Memorial’s Fisheries and Marine Institute – Canada’s most comprehensive centre for education and training for the ocean industries. Read more
Memorial’s graduate diploma and master’s program in Marine Studies are offered through Memorial’s Fisheries and Marine Institute – Canada’s most comprehensive centre for education and training for the ocean industries.

Memorial’s graduate diploma and master’s program in Marine Studies Fisheries Resource Management (FRM) will enhance your work or career progression by providing a wealth of knowledge with real world applications. You will develop, through formal education, those skills that are essential to the management of fisheries resources. This multidisciplinary program will provide an understanding of relevant concepts in biology, economics, and business, as well as fisheries policy and planning. While focused primarily on the North Atlantic, the program also deals with major world fisheries as well as quantitative assessment methods. The program is applicable to all facets of the industry, and is a must for individuals involved in the day-to-day business of fisheries resource management locally, nationally, or internationally.

Memorial’s Master of Marine Studies Marine Spatial Planning and Management (MSPM) will position you for opportunities in the growing global field of comprehensive spatial planning and management for coastal and ocean areas. You will develop, through formal education, a suite of knowledge and skills necessary to succeed in this multi-faceted and collaborative approach to coastal and ocean governance. This multidisciplinary program will provide an understanding of marine spatial planning processes and management approaches and associated governance, policy/legislative, ecological, social, cultural and economic elements. This will be complemented by practical skills for stakeholder engagement, project management and use of geospatial technology to support planning and management efforts.

This program is the first of its kind in Canada. It is available primarily online with one in-house residency course offered during the six week spring intercession in St. John’s and some on campus electives.

The program is a combination of course-based work and either an internship or research project.

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