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Consider a career in aquaculture.
Registration is open for the UBC Graduate Certificate in Aquaculture.
This one-semester program for fall 2021 will be offered online with in-person industry site visits. Taught by professionals in fish health, seafood processing, production systems & ecological sustainability, this certificate program is perfect for students who want to gain career-ready knowledge.
Aquaculture produces more than half of the world’s seafood and has grown into a large commercial industry employing 25,000 people across Canada. This industry needs well-trained aquaculture professionals who are grounded in science and are passionate about sustainability and healthy food production.
Those with a bachelor of science or engineering degree are eligible to apply to the Graduate Certificate in Aquaculture, offered by the University of British Columbia’s Faculty of Land and Food Systems.