School of Forest Resources & Conservation
- Aquatic Animal Health
- Conservation and Management of Aquatic Environments
- Sustainable Fisheries
The SFRC’s program in Fisheries & Aquatic Sciences conducts research, teaching, and extension programs in four broad areas:
- Sustainable fisheries
- Aquatic animal health
- Conservation and management of aquatic environments
The School’s program in Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences leads to the Master of Science, Master of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences (non-thesis), and Doctor of Philosophy degrees with a program in fisheries and aquatic sciences.
The MS Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences is designed to train graduate students for entry-level, professional positions in fisheries biology, aquatic resource management, aquaculture, aquatic animal health, and related areas; and to provide a solid, scientific foundation for further graduate work leading to the PhD degree. Graduates of the MS program in Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences have readily found employment with the Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission, Florida Department of Environmental Protection, Florida Water Management Districts, US Fish and Wildlife Service, other state and federal agencies, and with the private sector. Some students have continued their education in other advanced degree programs.
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