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The department offers a minor in fisheries and aquatic sciences (FAS). The minor consists of a minimum of 15 semester credits with a grade of C or better. A minimum of nine semester credits must be completed at UF. Students pursuing a minor in FAS must complete at least three FAS courses of three or more credits each at the 3000-level or higher. A maximum of three credits of FAS 4905 (Problems in Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences) may be applied toward the 15-credit minimum for the minor, but may not be used to fulfill the nine credits of 3000-level or higher. No courses in the minor may be taken under the S-U option. Students applying for the minor must obtain written approval from their academic adviser and the undergraduate coordinator in FAS at least two semesters before graduation.

FAS 2024 Global and Regional Perspectives in Fisheries


FAS 4202C Biology of Fishes


FAS 4305C Introduction to Fishery Science


FAS 4405C Principles of Aquaculture


FAS 4905 Problems in Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences

1-3, max 3

FAS 4932 Special Topics in Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences

1-4, max 8

Appropriate courses in other departments can be used to meet the additional six credits required in the FAS minor, for example: ZOO 4403C, ZOO 4404C, EES 4201, SOS 4242, OCE 3016, or appropriate courses with permission of the FAS undergraduate coordinator.

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