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

Study

Credit & Curriculum

A

CREDITS & CURRICULUM

Students must complete at least 24 credits for graduation, excluding the thesis submission.

Aquaculture Technology

Aquaculture Technology table
Semester Division Subject Credits
2020 Spring Compulsory Finfish Aquaculture 3
Elective Principles of Inland Fisheries 3
Small Scale and Subsistence Fisheries 3
Common Aquaculture Systems and Management 3
Fisheries Stock Assessment 3
Fisheries Economics and Trade 3
2020 Summer Common Thesis Research Methodologies 3
2020 Fall Compulsory Crustacean and Molluscan Aquaculture 3
Seafood Disease and Safety 3
Elective Climate Change Impacts on Fisheries 3
Fisheries Technology and Operations 3
Blue Growth and Economy 3
Common Fisheries Management and Governance 3
2021 Spring Compulsory Thesis Research 1

Fisheries Resource Management

Fisheries Resource Management table
Semester Division Subject Credits
2020 Spring Compulsory Principles of Inland Fisheries 3
Elective Finfish Aquaculture 3
Small Scale and Subsistence Fisheries 3
Common Aquaculture Systems and Management 3
Fisheries Stock Assessment 3
Fisheries Economics and Trade 3
2020 Summer Common Thesis Research Methodologies 3
2020 Fall Compulsory Climate Change Impacts on Fisheries 3
Fisheries Technology and Operations 3
Elective Crustacean and Molluscan Aquaculture 3
Seafood Disease and Safety 3
Blue Growth and Economy 3
Common Fisheries Management and Governance 3
2021 Spring Compulsory Thesis Research 1

Fisheries Social Science

Fisheries Social Science table
Semester Division Subject Credits
2020 Spring Compulsory Small Scale and Subsistence Fisheries 3
Elective Finfish Aquaculture 3
Principles of Inland Fisheries 3
Common Aquaculture Systems and Management 3
Fisheries Stock Assessment 3
Fisheries Economics and Trade 3
2020 Summer Common Thesis Research Methodologies 3
2020 Fall Compulsory Blue Growth and Economy 3
Elective Climate Change Impacts on Fisheries 3
Crustacean and Molluscan Aquaculture 3
Seafood Disease and Safety 3
Fisheries Technology and Operations 3
Common Fisheries Management and Governance 3
2021 Spring Compulsory Thesis Research 1
B

ACADEMIC SYSTEM

a.ACADEMIC YEAR
  • The academic year consists of 2 regular semesters (Spring and Fall) and 1 seasonal session (Summer).
  • Semester: 15 weeks (Spring: from early March to mid-June; Fall: from early September to mid-December)
  • Seasonal session: 17 days
b.CREDIT
  • Regular Semester: maximum 12 credits
  • Seasonal session: maximum 3 credits
  • Assessment: mid-term and final exam, assignment, attendance and special exam for a subject
  • Credit system
  • table
    Grade A+ A0 B+ B0 C+ C0 D+ D0 F
    Point 100–95 94–90 89–85 84–80 79–75 74–70 69–65 64–60 59–0
    GPA 4.5 4.0 3.5 3.0 2.5 2.0 1.5 1.0 0.0
c.CLASS ATTENDANCE AND PARTICIPATION
  • Attendance for every class is compulsory to earn good academic scores. Lecturers will check your attendance in order to evaluate your academic scores with other assessments at the end of the class.
  • In addition, participation in lectures is also an important part of university academic life.
  • Most lecturers encourage students to have discussions, as it allows fresh ideas to be discussed and to be exchanged. Lecturers take note of students’ positive participation as valuable and everyone is encouraged to express his or her view.
C

TITLE OF DEGREE

This is a Master’s Degree program in Fisheries Science. Master candidates who complete at least 24 credits and submit their thesis (non-credit but required course) will be granted the degree. The title of the degree is Master of Science in Fisheries.