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Educational Objectives

  • It aims to train competent people leading a fisheries development by providing new information and knowledges to technicians and managers in fisheries
  • It aims to educate potential people for securing fisheries resources in a fierce international competition
  • It aims to both promote a globalization of fisheries by establishing networks for leading experts, and enhance predominance in development and utilization of overseas fishery resources

Recent Trends

  • It is necessary to reeducate people who are working in the national and public research institutes, fisheries related administrative institutions, and fisheries enterprises on the newly advanced fisheries technology and policy
  • Desires for education and research of fisheries experts are high and global experts are needed due to an increase of international seafood trade
  • Demand of international education experts increases due to an increase of imported fishery products
  • Interests on marine industry increase due to an increase of its practicality not only as a future industry for next generation, but also as a diverse industrial utilization of marine resources on the strength of advanced science and information technology

Departments

  • 7 Departments(the master’s course)
    • - Department of Bioindustrial Engineering
    • - Department of Biological Resources
    • - Department of Food Industrial Engineering
    • - Department of Aquaculture
    • - Department of Fishery Production
    • - Department of Marine Business and Policies
    • - Department of Global Marine and Fisheries
  • International Graduate Program of Fisheries Science(KOICA-PKNU)