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Masters degrees in Fish Farming and Aquaculture provide postgraduate training in the efficient rearing of different fish breads for commercial sale. This will include exploring sustainable aquaculture through issues such as environmental protection, fish health, and genetic modification.
Entry requirements will normally include an undergraduate degree in a biological discipline or related field such as environmental science.
Aquaculture Masters degrees provide opportunities to specialise in areas such as marine spatial planning, fish nutrition, and fish disease diagnosis and treatment. Most courses focus on the global implications of Fish Farming, meaning you will gain experience in dealing with a wide variety of fish species in different contexts and conditions.
Experience in this field makes you suitable for positions in both the private and public sectors, agro-industry, shipping, and governing bodies. As research training is a component of most Masters courses, you can also consider undertaking further research at PhD level.
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Applied Marine and Fisheries Ecology gives you the skills and knowledge to understand how an ecosystem-based approach can be used to understand and manage the effects of human activities in the marine environment. Read more
Aquaculture is now recognised as the fastest growth sector of agribusiness on a global scale – learn about this growing industry through our multidisciplinary approach, which places emphasis on sustainable use of aquatic and marine resources for commercial exploitation for food and products. Read more
The emergence of the Law of the Sea Convention and establishment of Exclusive Economic Zones has given coastal states extensive and comprehensive rights and obligations over marine resources in vast areas of ocean. Read more
Our aquatic ecosystems are under threat. If you want to face the issues of pollution, overfishing and climate change from the frontline – and take your studies and experience to postgraduate level too –then this MSc Applied Aquatic Biology course will meet your ambitions. Read more
The Sustainable Aquaculture distance learning modular programme is taught part time via an online e-learning platform offering online tutorial support, direct email contact with tutors, video streams and access to student bulletin boards. Read more
The MSc Marine Biology aims to train graduates in multiple areas of marine biology and equip them with professional certificates in Sea Survival, Powerboat Handling, Marine Radio and First Aid as well as necessary field skills. Read more
This multidisciplinary programme is designed to equip graduates with the knowledge and skills required to take up the exciting job opportunities arising from the recent adoption of marine spatial planning and related developments in marine conservation and the maritime industries. Read more
This Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree in Aquaculture, Environment and Society (EMJMD, ACES) offers specialised training to deliver highly skilled graduates capable of addressing the challenge of food provision for a growing world population. Read more
The Postgraduate Certificate in Marine Biology (Conversion Programme) is a part-time programme running from September to March for graduates from non-biological or environmental disciplines unable to meet the entry requirements for direct entry onto the MSc in Marine Biology programme. Read more
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