Graduate Diploma of Science (Aquaculture, Science and Technology)

Graduate Diploma of Science (Aquaculture, Science and Technology)

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Group A: Core subjects

Subject Code and description

Study Plan / Location

AQ5006:03 Aquaculture: Principles and Practices

SP1

BZ5001:03 Quantitative Methods in Science

SP1

Group B: Select 18 credit points of elective subjects

Subject Code and description

Study Plan / Location

AQ5002:03 Aquaculture: Feeds and Nutrition

SP1

AQ5003:03 Aquaculture: Propagation

SP7 Block

AQ5004:03 Aquaculture: Stock Improvement

SP2

AQ5007:03 Aquatic Animal Ecophysiology

NOT OFFERED

AQ5008:03 Aquaculture: Systems Design

SP1

AQ5009:03 Aquaculture of Tropical Species

SP2

AQ5010:06 Aquaculture: Production and Evaluation Report

SP1

AQ5012:06 Aquaculture: Hatchery Techniques

SP1

AQ5015:03 Sustainable Aquaculture

SP3 Block
SC5008:03 Professional PlacementAvailable in multiple study periods.  Requires coordinator approval

SC5901:03 Special Topic

Available in multiple study periods.  Requires approval of course coordinator
SC5903:03 Literature ReviewAvailable in multiple study periods.  Requires approval of course coordinator
SC5909:09 Minor Project and SeminarSP1 and SP2 Requires coordinator approval
SC5912:06 Minor Project, Seminar and Literature Review (1 of 2)SP1 and SP2  Requires coordinator approval
SC5913:06 Minor Project, Seminar and Literature Review (2 of 2)SP1 and SP2  Requires coordinator approval
LA5902:03 Environmental Law and PolicySP1
LB5218:03 Business Plan: Application of StrategyNOT OFFERED IN 2016
MB5003:03 Fisheries ScienceSP1
MB5300:03 Sampling and Experimental DesignSP7 Block
MB5310:03 Marine Reserves as Fisheries Management ToolsSP3 Block
MI5003:03 Advanced Marine MicrobiologySP1
SC5055:03 Research and Communication Skills in the Natural SciencesSP1

TV5240:03 Aquatic Pathobiology

SP2