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  • Animal Husbandry
  • Aquaculture

Fishery & Animal Husbandry - Animal Husbandry

Introduction

Animal husbandry is the study of the breeding, management and production of livestock. It is the foundation of animal husbandry. Therefore, students not only learn about livestock rearing but also about feeding, breeding, breed improvement and disease prevention. The study of animal husbandry also entails exposure to animal husbandry related disciplines, such as ranch management, processing and marketing of livestock products. In addition to the six familiar animals, namely horses, cattle, sheep, chickens, dogs, and pigs, the study of animal husbandry also includes many wild animals of economic value, such as wild boars, pheasants, civets, foxes, mink, bees, silkworms, and ornamental animals.

 

Study Subjects

Courses in this faculty cover animal reproduction, animal nutrition, animal genetics, animal pathology and anatomy, dairy manufacturing processes, meat manufacturing processes, food manufacturing safety guidelines and farm management, animal husbandry economics and marketing, livestock and poultry waste management, etc.

 

Career Opportunities

Graduates are usually employed in the private sector and in the livestock industry, where they are responsible for planning, production and management. They can also work in research institutions such as the University Institute or Animal Husbandry Laboratory in the field of animal breed research and improvement.

 

Fishery & Animal Husbandry - Aquaculture

Introduction

Aquatic Biology is the study of fisheries, aquaculture, management and aquatic products, including fish and shrimp, invertebrates, shellfish, seaweed, pearls and other products. In addition to learning the basic theories, knowledge and skills in fishery science and technology, students in this course will also learn how to create breeding ponds, ecologocal fishery areas, and larval culture and seed breeding, while taking into account the aquarium environment and conservation principles. In addition, students are exposed to topics such as fisheries and aquaculture management, fish processing and sales. In addition, students are exposed to topics such as fisheries and aquaculture management, and the processing and marketing of aquatic products.

 

Study Subjects

Courses in this faculty cover cell biology, genetics, ecology, limnology, water quality management, fish histology, fish immunology, fish diseases, fish taxonomy, aquatic botany, aquatic invertebrates, aquatic animal physiology, aquaculture, aquatic feed biology, fish food industry, aquaculture ecology and management, and aquaculture economics.

 

Career Opportunities

Generally, graduates can take up supervisory, research or other related positions in government departments or research institutes (e.g. customs, aquatic inspection, aquariums, aquatic laboratories, etc.). In addition, they can also work in the private sector in biotechnology companies, conservation organizations and aquariums.

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  • Animal Husbandry
  • Aquaculture

Fishery & Animal Husbandry - Animal Husbandry

Introduction

Animal husbandry is the study of the breeding, management and production of livestock. It is the foundation of animal husbandry. Therefore, students not only learn about livestock rearing but also about feeding, breeding, breed improvement and disease prevention. The study of animal husbandry also entails exposure to animal husbandry related disciplines, such as ranch management, processing and marketing of livestock products. In addition to the six familiar animals, namely horses, cattle, sheep, chickens, dogs, and pigs, the study of animal husbandry also includes many wild animals of economic value, such as wild boars, pheasants, civets, foxes, mink, bees, silkworms, and ornamental animals.

 

Study Subjects

Courses in this faculty cover animal reproduction, animal nutrition, animal genetics, animal pathology and anatomy, dairy manufacturing processes, meat manufacturing processes, food manufacturing safety guidelines and farm management, animal husbandry economics and marketing, livestock and poultry waste management, etc.

 

Career Opportunities

Graduates are usually employed in the private sector and in the livestock industry, where they are responsible for planning, production and management. They can also work in research institutions such as the University Institute or Animal Husbandry Laboratory in the field of animal breed research and improvement.

 

Fishery & Animal Husbandry - Aquaculture

Introduction

Aquatic Biology is the study of fisheries, aquaculture, management and aquatic products, including fish and shrimp, invertebrates, shellfish, seaweed, pearls and other products. In addition to learning the basic theories, knowledge and skills in fishery science and technology, students in this course will also learn how to create breeding ponds, ecologocal fishery areas, and larval culture and seed breeding, while taking into account the aquarium environment and conservation principles. In addition, students are exposed to topics such as fisheries and aquaculture management, fish processing and sales. In addition, students are exposed to topics such as fisheries and aquaculture management, and the processing and marketing of aquatic products.

 

Study Subjects

Courses in this faculty cover cell biology, genetics, ecology, limnology, water quality management, fish histology, fish immunology, fish diseases, fish taxonomy, aquatic botany, aquatic invertebrates, aquatic animal physiology, aquaculture, aquatic feed biology, fish food industry, aquaculture ecology and management, and aquaculture economics.

 

Career Opportunities

Generally, graduates can take up supervisory, research or other related positions in government departments or research institutes (e.g. customs, aquatic inspection, aquariums, aquatic laboratories, etc.). In addition, they can also work in the private sector in biotechnology companies, conservation organizations and aquariums.

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