Fisheries and Aquaculture
College or University: Grays Harbor College
Type of degree: A.S.
Brief overview of program: Grays Harbor College offers a variety of degree and technical certificate programs in natural resources related to watershed assessment and management, fisheries management and restoration, geographic information systems and aquaculture.
Students specialize in Aquaculture by completing the introductory and advanced aquaculture course sequence and a cooperative work-study internship. Internships are generally conducted at the on-campus John M. Smith Aquaculture Center or at a local, state or federal hatchery. Specialization in aquaculture provides students with the training necessary to work as a Hatchery Technician in the state and federal hatchery systems or for entry level jobs in private fish-culture businesses. Students specializing in aquaculture spend extensive time working both at the on-campus fish hatchery and as cooperative work-study inters with local hatcheries.
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Program Point of Contact: Mohammad Ibrahim
Institution address: 1620 Edward P. Smith Drive