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Fishery studies are aimed at imparting academic and practical knowledge about rearing, breeding and harvesting fish. A degree in Fishery studies is great way to pursue your passion for aquaculture and work towards building a rewarding career.
More than 26 colleges in the US offer degrees in fishery sciences
Fisheries sciences opportunities are projected to grow by 8%
Fishery graduates earn on per year in USA
527% increase in global aquaculture production
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Career pathways for Fishery studies graduates
They are wildlife biologists who works with fish stocks in aquatic areas evaluating trends, stocks and changes in the environment.
The resource management of a fishery facility is overseen by a fisheries officer. They frequently supervise activities that may have an impact on endangered or threatened species.
Fishery managers are responsible for overseeing all parts of a fishery, including screening cultivation areas, monitoring the growth of fish, maintaining equipment, preparing food, prescriptions, and collaborating with other fishery managers.
A fisheries technician oversees and assists with the day-to-day operations of a fishery. They are in charge of feeding and caring for the fish, as well as the overall facility upkeep.
Fisheries Observers are the fisheries' eyes and ears on the water and at-sea monitors. They gather information from commercial fishing and processing vessels, as well as shore side processing businesses and receiving vessels.
Fisheries Development Officer
They provide technical help, such as introducing new fishing tactics and planning and conducting training in fish quality and handling practices, vessel operations, at-sea safety, and fishing and fish-finding technology. They impart training for safe fishing operations to fishing captains and crews.
At University of Alberta
Edmonton , Canada