The Masters Degree program is designed to meet the increasing need for highly skilled managers, biologists or biologically literate mathematicians and statisticians to work in aquatic living resources management. The need for such scientists and managers is to integrate methods and information from other disciplines with their expertise in order to address the management challenges of the present day capture fisheries, and to develop aquaculture as an alternative.
Two years in duration, starting from March 2009, the course is teaching-intensive with practical classes, assignments, field visits and individual research projects. Lectures are conducted during weekends.
Medium: All lectures are given in English. A good working knowledge of English is therefore essential.