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Aquaculture is the science of intensively farming aquatic animals and plants. A broad scientific expertise in physiology, biochemistry, ecology and chemistry is needed to underpin aquaculture. Graduates of the degree progam are not only able to intensively farm aquatic species but are also capable of conducting fundamental research within freshwater and marine biology.
All units, majors and courses taught by the School of Aquaculture are in the
Sustainable Primary production and
Antarctic and Marine theme areas.
The School of Aquaculture offers the following courses: