The Fisheries & Mariculture Program at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi is a graduate program offering the Master of Science (M.S.) in Fisheries & Mariculture. The mission of the program is to prepare graduate students for a career in either the private or public sector in fisheries, mariculture or aquaculture. This is accomplished through a rigorous core curriculum combined with an intensive "hands-on" research or internship project.
Returning Peace Corps volunteers who have completed their assignment have an opportunity to continue their education and obtain a Master’s degree in the FAMA program through the Paul D. Coverdell Fellows Program. TAMUCC is a Coverdell Fellows Partner University since 2017 and offers Coverdell Fellowships in the FAMA program of $1000 per academic year. This scholarship alone will allow Fellows to qualify for in-state tuition. (For more information about our Coverdell program click here)
The Master of Science in Fisheries & Mariculture requires a minimum of thirty-six (36) Semester Credit Hours (SCH). Depending on their interests and objectives for graduate work, students select a research or internship focus by choosing between two options:
The current Graduate Catalog provides more information about the Fisheries & Mariculture Program, including…
A Fisheries and Mariculture general course schedule may be found here and the
For application and fee information go to the College of Graduate Studies website.