Within Wageningen University & Research, the Aquaculture and Fisheries Group is responsible for academic teaching and research in the field of aquaculture and fisheries.
We participate in education at BSc, MSc and PhD level, often closely aligned with our research. Aquaculture and Fisheries contributes to undergraduate teaching in the Bachelor of Science (BSc) Animal Sciences. A large part of our education efforts on aquaculture and fisheries is embedded in the programme of the ‘Master of Aquaculture and Marine Resource Management’ (MAM), which aims to train academic professionals in the field of sustainable use, conservation and restoration of marine and aquatic ecosystems and resources.
"Aquaculture and Fisheries" is also one of the "biological" chairs at WU, providing a graduation outlet for Biology students.
At PhD level our education efforts are embedded in the Graduate School ‘Wageningen Institute of Animal Sciences’ (WIAS) and include several short training courses, such as workshops on Fish Immunology & Vaccination, Nutrition, and Recirculating Systems
BSc Minor Marine Living Resources (WUMLR)
|| Aquaculture and Fisheries
|| Sustainability in Fish and Seafood Production
Aquaculture and Fisheries MSc Courses
|| Fisheries Ecology
|| Life History of Aquatic Organisms
|| Aquaculture Production Systems
||Nutrition and Health in Aquaculture
|| Marine Resources Management
|| Trends in Marine Resource Management and Aquaculture
Aquaculture and Fisheries MSc Courses (Based on credits 24-39)
||MSc Thesis Aquaculture and Fisheries (30 Credits)
Aquaculture and Fisheries Internships (Based on credits 24-39)
||MSc Internship Aquaculture and Fisheries (30 Credits)
Aquaculture and Fisheries Capita Selecta Courses
||Capita selecta Aquaculture and Fisheries (1 Credit)
||Capita selecta Aquaculture and Fisheries (3 Credits)
||Capita selecta Aquaculture and Fisheries (4 Credits)
||Capita selecta Aquaculture and Fisheries (6 Credits)