26 Regulations Governing the Degree of Master of Marine Studies and Graduate Diplomas in Marine Studies

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The degree of Master of Marine Studies (M.M.S.) is offered in Fisheries Resource Management (FRM), Marine Spatial Planning and Management (MSPM), and in Aquaculture (ACUL). ThereĀ are also Graduate Diplomas in Marine Studies (Fisheries Resource Management) and in Marine Studies (Aquaculture).

The Fisheries Resource Management, the Marine Spatial Planning and Management, and the Aquaculture program areas will be administered by Academic Directors appointed by the Associate Vice-President (Marine Institute), Academic and Student Affairs, together with Academic Advisory Committees.

Academic Advisory Committees for each program area will be appointed by the Dean of Graduate Studies on recommendation of the Associate Vice-President (Marine Institute), Academic and Student Affairs. Each of these committees will normally consist of the Academic Director as Chair, three members from the Marine Institute and two members from other academic units of the University. Appointments are normally for a period of three (3) years.

For the Fisheries Resource Management programs, a Technical Advisory Committee consisting of a cross-section of members with professional expertise related to the fishery, will provide regular feedback on program content, instruction, and future direction of the Program.

For the Marine Spatial Planning and Management program, a Technical Advisory Committee, consisting of a cross-section of members with professional expertise related to the ocean/marine sector, will provide regular feedback on program content, instruction, and future direction of the Program.

For the Aquaculture programs, a Technical Advisory Committee, consisting of a cross-section of members with professional expertise related to aquaculture, will provide regular feedback on program content, instruction, and future direction of the Program.

Members of these Technical Advisory Committees will be appointed by the Dean of Graduate Studies on recommendation of the Associate Vice-President (Marine Institute), Academic and Student Affairs. The Academic Director will be an ex-officio member and Chair of the Technical Advisory Committee. Normally all appointments will be for a period of three (3) years.

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