World-class institutes unite
As part of a move towards global excellence, the Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies (IMAS) is encompassing the aquaculture, aquatic animal health, marine conservation and fisheries management activities currently conducted at AMC, to be known as IMAS Launceston.
These programs will be transferred to IMAS for administration, but testamurs will be co-badged with AMC from 2014. The collaboration builds upon the innovative marine research and teaching programs currently delivered by IMAS in Hobart. Strengthened by investment in new academic leaders and research facilities, it will bring teaching and research expertise from two world-class institutes together to create a state-wide agency for a vital industry.
Associate Degree in Aquaculture (J2A)
The Associate Degree in Aquaculture has been specifically designed to offer student education and training in aquaculture, and to prepare students for the workplace.
Associate Degree in Applied Science (Marine Environment) (J2C)
This course provides an innovative, multi-disciplinary and applied science approach to learning about the marine environment in Australia. Students gain broad introductory exposure to the areas of natural sciences, social sciences, technology and environmental management; alongside electives including environmental economics, policy and law.
Bachelor of Applied Science (Marine Environment) (J3T)
This degree program addresses national and international issues in the Marine Environment. Major study is available in the areas of Aquaculture, Fisheries Management and Marine Conservation.
Bachelor of Applied Science (Marine Environment) with Honours (J4T)
The BAppSci (ME) Honours degree builds on the base skill and knowledge developed in a Bachelor degree. The Honours course provides an experience in independent, research-based study through which problem-solving skills are further honed.
View the list of 2014 Honours Project titles.
- Graduate Certificate of Applied Science (Marine Environment) (J5T)
- Graduate Diploma of Applied Science (Marine Environment) (J6T)
The GradCert (ME) and GradDip (ME) provide broadening specialist skills and professional development in one of the three degree major disciplines. A key focus of these courses is development of students’ capacity to deliver increased value in the workplace through increased skill level and specialised knowledge.
- Master of Applied Science (Marine Environment) (J7T)
- Master of Applied Science (Marine Environment) with Honours (J7V)
The Masters program builds on the base skill and knowledge built across the 8 units completed to achieve the award of Graduate Diploma of Applied Science (ME). The Masters course exposes students to independent, research-based study through which research and problem-solving skills are developed.
- Master of Philosophy (MPhil)
- Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
Boasting a team of research academics with world class credentials, the NCMCRS has the resources to mix and match broad and complementary capabilities, and to deliver students world class multi-disciplinary research training, providing choice and allowing graduates to occupy a unique niche. With a ‘translational’ research philosophy and a strong applied science focus, training for research students takes advantage of established links with industry and government stakeholders.