Fisheries and Aquatic Resources Management Courses

Students choosing the aquatic resources management career track option must satisfactorily complete 21 semester hours from the following courses. Courses in bold are required for the emphasis. Note: All course numbers that end in a five (ex. 0005) are taught summers only at either Dauphin Island or the Gulf Coast Research Lab.

        BIOL 3000 — Genetics (4) FISH 5410 — Introduction to Fish Health (3)
  AGRN 3040 — Basic Soils (4) BIOL 3200 — General Microbiology (4)
  BIOL 3030 — Evolution and Systematics (3) BIOL 4020 — Vertebrate Biodiversity (4)
  BIOL 4010 — Invertebrate Biodiversity (4) BIOL 5550 — Wetland Biology (4)
  BIOL 5090 — Conservation Biology (3) ENTM 3040 — General Entomology (4)
  CIVL 3220 — Fundamentals of Water/Waste Treatment (4) FISH 5210 — Principles of Aquaculture (3)
  FISH 4920 — Internship in Fisheries (1-5) FISH 5520 — Management of Small Impoundments (3)
  FORY 3440 — Environmental Law (3) FORY 5240 — Watershed Management (2)
  FORY 5470 — GIS Applications (2) BIOL 4565 — Marine Vertebrate Zoology (4)
  BIOL 4575 — Marine Ecology (5)