Office of the Registrar
School of Graduate Studies (2009/2010)
14 Regulations Governing the Degree of Master of Marine Studies (Fisheries Resource Management)
  • Program Committee
  • Dr. P. Fisher, Fisheries and Marine Institute - Chair
  • Mr. C. Couturier, Fisheries and Marine Institute
  • Ms. D. Stapleton, Faculty of Business Administration
  • Dr. M. Wernerheim, Department of Economics
  • Dr. J. Wroblewski, Ocean Sciences Centre
14.1 Programs

There are two graduate programs in Fisheries Resource Management: the Graduate Diploma and the Master of Marine Studies. The Master's Degree requires successful completion of 8 courses plus a major report. The Graduate Diploma requires completion of 6 courses.

The programs are aimed at professionals working in or intending to enter careers in fisheries management. The programs are administered by a Program Committee consisting of five members appointed by the Dean of Graduate Studies.