|Study location||United Kingdom, Stirling|
|Type||Master courses, full-time|
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This course has run for almost 40 years and we’ve trained over 200 students (in combination with Aquatic Pathobiology) from all over the world. As a graduate, your expertise will be relevant to a wide range of potential careers in aquatic animal health. Your selected career path will depend on your personal interests, as well as your previous experiences. Graduates have gone on to work as aquatic health consultants, with government fisheries departments, and as managers of seafood farms and aquaria.
The course provides training for those who wish to pursue a PhD, especially in aquaculture, aquatic health, fisheries and aquatic resources management.
In combination with the Aquatic Veterinary Studies degree these are the destinations of our graduates over the last five years:
About 30 percent have gone on to a PhD or further research
Around 20 percent work in government fisheries departments
About 15 percent are university lecturers
The remainder are managers of farms or aquaria or have other similar types of employment