Aquaculture and Fisheries Science Department (AQFD) at Bunda College originated from a single course “Aquaculture and Wildlife Management” offered in the Department of Animal Science from 1974 to 1993. Due to demand for capacity building in Aquaculture from SADC region, a draft Aquaculture curriculum was produced in 1991 and Aquaculture courses were to be offered as an option in the Animal Science Department. The first optional courses were offered in 1994/95-academic year. Students from other countries in SADC started joining the college in the same year for Diploma and Degree programs in Agriculture with bias in aquaculture. Some regional students studying in the Animal Science Master’s program had opted to do research in aquaculture.
MTETHIWA, Austin H
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|2||Bachelor of Science in Aquaculture and Fisheries Science||Undergraduate||4||MSCE/IGCSE|
|3||Master of Science in Aquaculture||Postgraduate||2|
|4||Master of Science in Fisheries||Postgraduate||2|
|5||PhD in Aquaculture and Fisheries||Postgraduate||3|
|6||Master of Science in Aquaculture and Fishiries||Postgraduate||2|