Graduate Programs

The Department of Fisheries & Allied Aquacultures offers a Master of Aquaculture, Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy degrees. Courses related to the socio-economic aspects of aquaculture and fisheries are offered by the Department of Agricultural Economics and Rural Sociology. Course work may also be taken for credit at Dauphin Island Sea Lab or the Gulf Coast Research Lab. Several departmental faculty are involved in the Auburn Group in Ecology, an interdepartmental program consisting of faculty with expertise and research interests in ecology and leading to a minor in ecology for students majoring in fisheries.

Detailed information on Departmental graduate programs and philosophy, and departmental history, facilities and faculty can viewed and printed from the Graduate Programs link below. Information for applying to the Graduate School for U. S. and international students can be found in the Auburn Graduate School link below.

SFAAS Graduate Programs (PDF)   Auburn University Graduate School

AQUACULTURE

Breeding Economics
Fish Health Aquatic Health Research
Fish Genetics Molecular Biology
Genomics Population Genetics
Hatchery Management Fish Nutrition
Pond Engineering Processing and Technology
Water Quality Management Watershed Hydrology
Fish, Crustacean and Mollusk Production

AQUATIC ECOLOGY

Aquatic Resources Management Ecological Services
Fish Ecology Ichthyological Research
Reservoir Studies Stream Studies

FISHERY MANAGEMENT

Fishery Biology Reservoir Fisheries Management
Stream Fisheries Management Farm Pond Management
Marine Fisheries