Courses Relevant to Fisheries Research

The large number of REM faculty members involved in fisheries research permits us to offer a range of in-depth graduate courses in this field. A REM Master’s requires the completion of 6 core classes, 6 electives and a research project. Quantitative Fisheries students use elective credits to explore topics and methods related to fisheries management. A typical Master’s for Quantitative Fisheries students is illustrated in the following diagram:

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Below is a list of core courses and electives that are available to bring students up to date with advanced methods of research and management.

REM 609 Evaluation of Management Strategies for Living Resources
REM 610 Applied Environmental Toxicology and Environmental Management of Contaminants
REM 611 Applied Population and Community Ecology
REM 612 Simulation Modelling in Natural Resource Management
REM 613 Methods in Fisheries Assessment
REM 614 Advanced Methods for Fisheries Stock Assessment
REM 621 Ecological Economics
REM 625 Risk Assessment and Decision Analysis for Management of Natural Resources
REM 631 Earth Systems and Global Change in Environmental Management
REM 641 Law and Resources
REM 643 Environmental Conflict and Dispute Resolution
REM 644 Public Policy Analysis and Administration
REM 651 Project Evaluation and Non-Market Valuation Methods
REM 655 Water Planning and Management
REM 662 Aboriginal People and Co-Management
REM 670 Introduction to Forestry
REM 671 Forest Ecology
STAT 602 Generalized Linear and Non-linear Modeling
STAT 650 Quantitative Methods for Resource Managers and Field Biologists

For a full list of all the available REM graduate courses click here.