Aquaculture is cultivating aquatic plants and animals for food consumption.
Did you know that as the demand for seafood has increased, technology has made it possible to grow food in coastal marine waters and the ocean? Do you know the numerous ways that exist to farm marine shellfish? Do you know that the two main types of aquaculture are marine and freshwater? If you do, then you may want to consider studying aquaculture. Wondering what the course will entail? Join us as we dive into explaining the course to you.
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Marine Invertebrate Ecology and Biology
Earth and Ocean Science
Ecology and Conservation of Diversity
STPM : Passed with at least a Grade C (CGPA 2.00) in General Studies; and Grade C (CGPA 2.00) in two (2) other subjects.
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As the name suggests, you will need to be prepared to get your feet wet! Studying aquaculture will involve constant exploring and you’ll need to be able to keep up.
As the constant and steady stream of new discoveries and evolvement of the flora and fauna underwater rises at a rapid pace, it is crucial to keep up with the latest developments. You’ll be like a doctor, except under the sea!
You need to know how the different species in a certain ecosystem co-exists, and hos one may be dependent on the other. As such, critical thinking is hugely important to come up with logical solutions to problems