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Høst 2019

BIO-2508 Aquaculture I - 10 stp


The course is administrated by

Faculty of Biosciences, Fisheries and Economics

Type of course

Theoretical subject. The course is available for students at the study program Akvamedisin, Biologi, Fiskeri- og havbruksvitenskap, Miljøledelse og forurensningsbiologi and Master in International Fisheries Management. The course is also available to exchange students at a biology study program. The course is available as a singular course.

Course contents

The course is an introduction to culture of aquatic organisms. Emphasis is put on species that are common to the Norwegian aquaculture industry, but aquaculture in temperate and tropical areas will also be covered. The first part deals with aquaculture production in the world, spanning from algae to fish. A general description of techniques used in marine hatchery and a description of fry production of different species will also be given. The course then focuses on the cultivation of salmonids with main emphasis on Atlantic salmon. Other key themes are fish breeding / genetics, feeding and nutrition, and diseases and parasites. The last part of the course covers aspects related to sustainable aquaculture production.

Application deadline

Applicants from Nordic countries: 1 June for the autumn semester and 1 December for the spring semester. Concerns only admission to singular courses.Exchange students and Fulbright students: 1 October for the spring semester and 15 April for the autumn semester.

Admission requirements

Nordic applicants: Admission requirements are generell studiekompetanse + REALFA.

Application code: 9336

International applicants: Higher Education Entrance Qualification and certified language requirements in English. A list of the requirements for the Higher Education Entrance Qualification in Norway can be found on the Norwegian Agency for Quality Assurance in Education website - nokut.no  

All applicants: The course requires basic knowledge in biology and ecology at university level. Basic knowledge in chemistry and mathematics is an advantage.


Objective of the course

On completion of the course, students will be able to:

Knowledge:

Skills:

General competences:


Language of instruction

English

Teaching methods

Lectures and excursion. Necessary safety training will be given.

Assessment

4 hour written exam. A graded scale of five marks from A to E for pass and F for fail.

Obligatory coursework requirements:
Participation on the excursion, including an excursion report. In order to sit an examination, the student must complete and gain approval for any coursework requirements.

Re-sit exam:
There will be a re-sit examination for students that did not pass the previous ordinary examination.


Date for examination

Written test 27.11.2019

The date for the exam can be changed. The final date will be announced at your faculty early in May and early in November.


Course overlap

BIO-3557 Fisheries ecology 2 stp
Lectures Autumn 2019
First attendance: will be announced later
Lectures f.lekt. Jo Espen Tau Strand
f.aman. Roar Kristoffersen
prof. Malcolm Jobling
prof. Stefano Peruzzi
f.aman. Jaya Kumari Swain
Excursion gr. 1 and 2: B-FISK prof. Stefano Peruzzi
Excursion gr. 3 and 4: B-FISK, IMA-FISK, others prof. Stefano Peruzzi
Excursion gr. 5 and 6: B-FISK, IMA-FISK, M-INTFISH, Others prof. Stefano Peruzzi