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World Fisheries University - Pilot Programme of the Ministry of Oceans and Fisheries of the Republic of Korea and FAO

Study

Overview of Curriculum

The education provided by the Master’s degree program is in accordance with the international standard. This includes introducing advanced practices and knowledge in global fisheries and offering capacity building to gain a comprehensive understanding of and in response to international standards and key issues, such as acquiring fisheries and aquaculture technologies, training, policy making and management skills development, prevention of IUU fishing, etc. Courses not only cover specialized theoretical education, but also include field training and experiments to provide an in-depth perspective. The universities and research institutes in the field of fisheries will cooperate to allow students to utilize their scientific equipment.
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SECTION OF UNITS

Section of Units table
  Aquaculture Technology Fisheries Resource Management Fisheries Social Science
Common Subjects Aquaculture Systems and Management, Fisheries Stock Assessment, Fisheries Economics and Trade, Fisheries Management and Governance, Thesis Research Methodologies
Compulsory Subjects Finfish Aquaculture Principles of Inland Fisheries Small Scale and Subsistence Fisheries
Crustacean and Molluscan Aquaculture Climate Change Impacts on Fisheries Blue Growth and Economy
Seafood Disease and Safety Fisheries Technology and Operations Thesis Research
Thesis Research Thesis Research  
Elective Subjects Principles of Inland Fisheries Fihfish Aquaculture Fihfish Aquaculture
Small Scale and Subsistence Fisheries Small Scale and Subsistence Fisheries Principles of Inland Fisheries
Climate Change Impacts on Fisheries Crustacean and Molluscan Aquaculture Climate Change Impacts on Fisheries
Fisheries Technology and Operations Seafood Disease and Safety Fisheries Technology and Operations
Blue Growth and Economy Blue Growth and Economy Seafood Disease and Safety
    Crustacean and Molluscan Aquaculture