|History~~||This Department covers various aspects of science dealing with marine
biological resources and their relationship with the environment. It was established as the Department of Fishing Technology in 1953 and has undergone changes in name and direction several times. Our name was changed to Fisheries in 1964, Fisheries Science in 1993, and finally the present name in 2002. In addition to undergraduate studies, we have offered a master degree graduate program since 1973, then doctorate degree program since 1987. Our aims are to inspire students, via the undergraduate and graduate curricula, to effectively develop research programs blending basic with applied marine science to achieve sustainable utilization of biological resources.
|Graduation Requirements & Program Curriculum ~~||
Students who receive M.S. and Ph. D. degrees in our department or in various fields such as Fisheries Management, Fisheries Oceanography, Marine Population Dynamics, Development of Conservation Fishing Gear, Fisheries Policy and Administration etc.