Sustainable Aquaculture

Advanced Diploma - Sustainable Aquaculture
Skills and Interests

You want to feed the world through sustainable and healthy food production.

Work Environment

Marine and freshwater fish farms, hatcheries; Government agencies; Research institutes

Program Location:

Marine Institute Campus, Ridge Road (St. John's)

Program Length:

One year

Courses:

View Calendar entry

Practical Experience:

One work term

Application Deadline:

Fall Admission:  Fall entry only. Application acceptance is ongoing. This program does not accept applications for the winter or spring semesters.

For More Information:

2020-2021 Graduate Viewbook

Program Description

Aquaculture has been identified as an important economic priority for the Canadian and provincial governments. Currently, there's a large demand for leaders and managers in the aquaculture sector across Canada and around the world.

Program Structure

This one year program consists of two in-class semesters and a 13 week work term.

Admission Requirements

An appropriate bachelor's degree, a three year diploma of technology or a combination of work experience and formal education acceptable to the Admissions Committee.

What Alumni Say

"The Sustainable Aquaculture program provides a wide range of hands-on and classroom experiences in a communal, family-like setting; preparing students to make valuable contributions to the field of aquaculture and to support this vital method of food production."

- Max Licker
MI Graduate