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

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Description of Units

Description of Units

Description of Units table
Semester Subject Professor Description
2020-Spring Fisheries Economics & Trade - To understand the theory of economic exploitation of living resources dealing with two dynamic systems; population dynamics and the dynamics of economic system
Aquaculture Systems & Management - To develop an understanding of fisheries biology and to learn about fish population dynamics, systematics, aquaculture system, aquatic ecology, marine ecology, and water pollution.
Fisheries Stock Assessment - To estimate how many fish there are, and they predict how fish populations will respond to harvesting and various other human activities. To provides important science information for conservation and management of fish stocks.
Principles of Inland Fisheries - To manage inland fisheries and its ecosystems, identifying issues and agreeing actions using groups comprised of a range of interests and skills and developing multi-purpose action plans that tackle issues at inland fisheries.
Small Scale & Subsistence Fisheries - To understand the small scale &subsistence fisheries related to the criteria developed for classifying fishers and resources suitable for their use, land the sectoral approach to small-scale &substance fisheries management
Finfish Aquaculture - To learn about the different types of fish, especially those characterized by fins, and the methods of culturing them.And to conduct practical work on a local finfish culture including; carrying out feed formulations and feeding, management.
Fisheries Technology & Operations - To develop the capacity fishing gear expects, designers, and engineers by learning four areas: principles of engineering, fishing gear design and constructions, tests of fishing gears, and selectivity of fishing gears.
2020-Summer Thesis research methodologies - To learn that the researcher has expanded beyond his or her projections and has obstained some kind of breakthrough and synthesis of findings that can be communicated through consensus
2020-Fall Fisheries Management & Governance - To learn the basic framework for fisheries management and governance structure, and to develop the knowledge and understanding, which will improve the ability to effectively and sustainably develop, manage, and utilize fisheries and marine resources.
Crustacean & Molluscan Aquaculture - To understand the different types of Crustacean &molluscan culture techniques. Topics include general biology, types, classifications &identifications and selected examples of species that are commonly used for farming.
Seafood Disease & Safety - To develop knowledge, understanding and skills, to allow professionals in aquaculture to produce high quality and healthy seafood production
Climate Change Impacts on Fisheries - To understand effects of climate on fisheries in order to (i) show that climate affects the distribution, productivity and resilience of fish stocks, (ii) develop our understanding of the processes, and (iii) draw lessons from past experience
Blue Growth & Economy - The unit is aimed at reconciling economic growth with improved livelihoods and social equity, and strengthening transparent, reliable and more secure food Systems. It aims to create an enabling environment for workers involved in fisheries to act as resource users.
2021-Spring Thesis Research - Graduate qualifying examination
Thesis defense