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Aquaculture is the farming of aquatic organisms – fish, crustaceans, mollusks, and even plants. It has been touted as a good alternative to commercial fishing for providing food and livelihood. In many developing countries fish and other aquaculture products serve as the main source of cheap protein to combat malnutrition and undernutrition; fish having essential amino acids which are often lacking in cereal protein substitutes. The Diploma in Aquaculture with Entrepreneurship enhances the scientific understanding of various aquatic farming activities ranging from fish, shellfish, ornamental fish, and corals to seaweed cultivation. In ensuring students have an edge after graduation; this programme integrates the scientific aspects of aquaculture with the business aspects thus enabling students to venture into commercial activities such as business and entrepreneurship.