MS Aquaponics/Aquaculture

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  1. hugo_danner

    hugo_danner New Member

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    I'm a teacher who is interested in learning more about Aquaponics and am very interested in pursuing an advanced degree in Aquaculture/Aquaponics. I've tried a google search and just come up with junk webpages.

    Can anyone help me? It looks like most of the work in this field is being pioneered in Aussie, Canada and the USA. Thanks!
     
  2. uncle janko

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    I'm afraid I'm totally at sea in regard to your topic, but welcome aboard and best of luck to you. It sounds fascinating.
     
  3. Jack Tracey

    Jack Tracey New Member

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    I am only aware of two programs and I'm uncertain as to whether you can complete the entire Masters degree through DL. As has been stated in the past, sometimes the information presented on a website seems rigid but in reality it is frequently negotiable. You may find that schools are more accomodating for students who have already been admitted/enrolled. In any case, here they are:

    Deakin University
    http://www.deakin.edu.au/scitech/environment

    University of Tasmania
    http://fcms.its.utas.edu.au/scieng/aqua

    Good luck.
    Jack
     
  4. hugo_danner

    hugo_danner New Member

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    HHMMM........ I see the problem, there are some hands on stuff. I guess being intensive science and a type of agriculture, you'd need some of that.
     

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