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FISH 606 FISH TAXONOMY

The purpose of this course is to provide students with a basic understanding about the components of fish identification, classification and diversity. The course content includes: Overview of theories of classification; Nomenclature; Phylogenetic systematics...

FISH 603 AQUACULTURE

This course is designed to familiarize students with the concept of aquaculture and to apply the principles for sustainable aquaculture. The course will focus on: Methods of production; Aquaculture in cages and enclosures: selection of sites, designs of cages...

ESCI 607 ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY

The course covers the chemical nature of the key pollutants of air, soils and freshwater and marine bodies; the effects of the pollutants in the environment and management of the pollutants; and, the chemistry of the major industries, and their problems in...

EASC 616 PETROLEUM GEOCHEMISTRY

The aim of this course is to introduce students to the concepts and development of petroleum geochemistry in petroleum exploration. The course will therefore focus on, Accumulation and sedimentation of organic matter; Introduction to palynology and...

EASC 601 INTRODUCTION TO PETROLEUM INDUSTRY AND PETROLEUM BUSINESS

This course introduces students to basic economics and legal framework of the petroleum industry. It presents an overview of the petroleum industry, and covers the basic economics in the petroleum life cycle and the fundamentals of international oil and gas...

COMA 682 SEMINAR II

In the second year, each student will make an oral presentation on the results of research undertaken. The student must also present a progress report midway into the second year. These will be assessed for 3 credits.

COMA 681 SEMINAR I

The student is expected to attend all seminars specified by the Department. Each student is expected to make his/her own oral presentation on a proposed research at a project proposal seminar. Seminars on offer include coastal management, climate change...

COMA 680: THESIS RESEARCH

A supervised thesis on an independent and original research work undertaken by candidate in an applied area after presenting a proposal as specified in COMA 681. This thesis will cover the two semesters of the second year. The final write-up of the project...

COMA 651 SEMINAR I

The student is expected to attend all seminars specified by the Department. Each student is expected to make his/her own oral presentation on a proposed research at a project proposal seminar. Seminars on offer include coastal management, climate change...

COMA 650: DISSERTATION

A supervised dissertation on an independent research work undertaken by candidate in an applied area after presenting a proposal as specified in COMA 651. This dissertation will cover the last three months of study and the topic must be approved by a...

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