Sustainable Aquaculture - Distance Learning (UG Cert) 2022 entry
Aquaculture is one of the world's fastest growing industries, with an average growth rate of over 8% per year for the past ten years. The Undergraduate Certificate course in Sustainable Aquaculture introduces the topic and focuses on the global aquaculture industry alongside fish and invertebrate biology. No previous study of aquaculture is required.
This modular course is delivered part-time by distance learning via online tutorial support, direct email contact with tutors, video streams and access to student bulletin boards.
More information for 2022 entry will be available in September 2021. For information on the current year of entry for this course, see the 2021 page.
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