MSc: £20,370; PGDip £13,580; PGCert £6,790 (for January 2017 entry, tuition fees are £6,470); Non-graduating CPD: £1,250 per 10-credit module
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The course structure is modular and taught part time via an e-learning platform allowing students the maximum flexibility to complete their studies while continuing in their employment.
The programme is taught by a series of scientific and professional experts from within the aquaculture industry and course material is made available to registered students through the TheFishSite.com. Online tutorial support, direct e-mail contact with tutors and access to student bulletin boards are features of the e-learning strategies employed. Each module consists of a series of lectures, tutorials, discussions and case studies delivered online. Assessment is by a combination of continuous assessment during each module and by an end of module examination, also delivered online.
The award of Postgraduate Diploma requires 120 credits gained from taught modules over an 18 month period consisting of a series of compulsory core modules and a choice of optional modules matched to students’ specific interests.
Core modules Credits
BL4801 Aquaculture and Fisheries 10
BL4802 Biology for Aquaculture 20
BL5801 Nutrition 20
BL5802 Management, husbandry and sustainability 10
The award of MSc requires 180 credits including 120 credits gained from taught modules (as for the Postgraduate Diploma) and 60 credits for a research dissertation (BL5899 Sustainable Aquaculture Research Dissertation). Entry into MSc requires students to have completed the Postgraduate Diploma and to have achieved satisfactory grades according to University regulations