College of Fisheries
The College provides quality education in fisheries with the vision to fill the need for trained manpower and contribute to sustainable aquaculture development. It has three departments, namely: Aquaculture, Aquatic Post Harvest, and Aquatic Resources, Ecology and Management.
The program is designed to teach courses in ichthyology, aquatic biology and ecology, fish culture and breeding, aquaculture engineering, hatchery management, fish nutrition, fish health, fish capture, fishery laws, coastal resource management, research design and methods, aquatic post-harvest, and entrepreneurship with interdisciplinary information from different fields like biotechnology, economics, genetics, meteorology, and oceanography.
Graduate Degree Programs
The Doctor of Philosophy in Aquaculture is designed to produce competent men and women in instruction, research and development. The program further enhances the scholarly expertise, creative and critical thinking skills towards developing a quality leader. Its ultimate goal is to generate and transmit knowledge and innovation for the development of the aquaculture sector with honesty, commitment and social responsibility.
The graduate degree program is designed to implement advance education and training in different areas of research, instruction, and development in order to produce quality leaders in an ever-changing society. Its ultimate goal is to generate, and transmit knowledge and innovation for the development of the aquaculture sector with honesty, commitment, and social responsibility.
- Dr. Emmanuel M. Vera Cruz
Dept. Head, Aquaculture
- Dr. Lorenz J. Fajardo
Dept. Head, Aquatic Post Harvest
- Dr. Alvin T. Reyes
Dept. Head, Aquatic Resources, Ecology and Management
- Dr. Hazel Monica M. Peralta
- Research Study
- Undergrad: 4 years
- Masteral: 2 years