The Fisheries and Marine Institute has a number of academic roles described in the legislation establishing the Institute as a component of the University. It provides degree, diploma, certificate and other programmes in the areas of fisheries and marine science and technology; it provides for the upgrading and enhancement of the fisheries and marine labour force in cooperation with the regional colleges, and it provides for applied research and technology transfer.
All programmes and courses are designed to provide students with the knowledge and skills required for success in the workforce. The advice of industrial programme advisory committees is sought in the ongoing development of longer programmes, while short courses are designed to meet specific industry needs. Whenever appropriate, programmes are submitted for national accreditation, providing graduates with mobility in professional employment
Three year and two year programmes include the Provincial Common First Year for applied science and engineering technologies, developed and introduced by the Marine Institute in 1990. The Common First Year reflects the need for technology programme graduates to possess an understanding of core science and mathematics concepts, which are fundamental to technology specific knowledge and skills. Technologists graduating from three year programmes will have developed the ability to apply their learning to the solution of technological problems.
Overall, the Marine Institute is committed to providing a learning environment in which students can achieve to their full potential. It endeavors to design and deliver programmes that provide graduates with highly competitive skills and abilities. It encourages excellence in teaching and learning, and seeks to provide the industrial community with relevant, high quality, applied research and technology transfer.
Details of the non-degree programmes and courses of the Marine Institute are contained in a separate Fisheries and Marine Institute Calendar.
The Marine Institute offers a Bachelor of Maritime Studies degree, with two options: Marine Engineering Technology and Nautical Science Technology. It also offers a Master of Science in Aquaculture through the School of Graduate Studies.
Regulations and fees for the non-degree programmes of the Marine Institute which differ from those governing the University's degree programmes are described in the separate Fisheries and Marine Institute Calendar.
Beyond the regulations and requirements specific to the Degree Programmes at the Marine
Institute, students will be governed by the General Academic Regulations (Undergraduate) as laid
down in this University Calendar.
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