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Minor in Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences

About this Degree

Immerse yourself in an interdisciplinary field that complements biology, chemistry, physics, geology—or just a love of being out on the water. Warnell is known for its top aquatic sciences program, and a minor in Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences gives you the opportunity to take classes in fisheries biology, management, and conservation.

What you will learn

This minor requires 17 credit hours of coursework; launch your learning with an introductory class in fish and wildlife management, then take a deeper dive in more specialized topics. Examples of classes that count toward a minor in Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences include:

  • Aquatic Biology
  • Fish Ecology
  • Sustainable Aquaculture
  • Methods in Marine Ecology
  • Oceans in Peril
  • Introduction to Marine Policy
  • Scientific Diving

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