Information for Prospective Students

Graduate students in REM can obtain Master’s or Ph.D. degrees that focus on quantitative fisheries science and management. In the REM graduate program, a unique interdisciplinary structure enables students to develop additional expertise in related areas such as resource economics, simulation modelling and statistics, risk assessment and decision analysis, benefit-cost analysis, environmental contaminants, conflict resolution, and environmental law. An optional Cooperative Education program allows REM students to gain work experience in a management agency or private firm before they graduate.

For more information, check out our list of graduate courses relevant to fisheries management, job prospects for graduates, and details on funding opportunities.