Master of Science in Tropical Fisheries

The introduction “Master of Science in Tropical Fisheries” refers to an academic program focused on the advanced study and research of tropical fisheries at the master’s level. This specialized program is designed to provide students with a comprehensive understanding of the ecological, economic, and social aspects of fisheries management within tropical regions.

Typically offered by academic institutions or universities, the Master of Science (MSc) in Tropical Fisheries aims to equip students with the necessary knowledge and skills to address the unique challenges and opportunities presented by fisheries in tropical environments. Coursework within the program may cover topics such as marine biology, aquatic ecosystems, fisheries science, sustainable resource management, and socio-economic aspects of fisheries.

Students pursuing this master’s degree are likely to engage in both theoretical and practical aspects of tropical fisheries research. This may involve fieldwork, data collection, and analysis, as well as the application of scientific principles to address issues related to sustainable fisheries practices, conservation, and the overall well-being of communities dependent on tropical fisheries resources.

Upon successful completion of the Master of Science in Tropical Fisheries, graduates are expected to be well-versed in the complexities of tropical fisheries, making them competent professionals capable of contributing to the sustainable management and conservation of aquatic resources in tropical regions.


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  1. Entry Requirements
  2. Program Education Objectives
  3. Program Education Outcome
  4. Synopsis
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*All the following information can be found in the handbook