Master of Science (M.S.) in Fisheries Biology Program By Iowa State University |Top Universities

Master of Science (M.S.) in Fisheries Biology

Master of Science (M.S.) in Fisheries Biology

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Preparation for an advanced degree in Fisheries Biology should include work equivalent to a B.S. in biological science, including courses in biology, aquatic botany, ecology, ichthyology, limnology, fisheries biology, and aquaculture. Major Requirements Complete all Graduate College and NREM Departmental requirements Two 400-level or above courses in statistics. M.S. program should include one or more graduate courses in fisheries or related areas offered by the NREM Department. To earn the Master of Science degree all NREM graduate students must complete three sets of requirements: Iowa State University Graduate College requirements, Department of Natural Resource Ecology & Management (NREM) requirements, and the requirements of the chosen graduate major. A non-thesis masters degree is available for students desiring a general degree program without thesis research.