Fisheries Management & Aquaculture Pathway

9th Grade: Fundamentals of Agriscience
10th Grade: Aquaculture
11th Grade: Fish & Wildlife Management
12th Grade: Aqua Experience

Students who enroll in the Fisheries Management pathway will gain the knowledge and skills necessary to move beyond the harvesting of wild seafood to an industry of seafood production and harvesting. Through the courses, students will learn about aquaculture systems, water chemistry & management, system design & maintenance, health & sanitation, and other aquaculture issues. Students have a unique hands on learning experience through our campus aquacenter, where we raise crawfish and grow plants through hydroponics. Also, students in the upper level courses will have the opportunity to grow oysters for research and restoration at our oyster farm, located at Point Aux Pins. 

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Possible Workforce Careers:

Aquaculture Engineer
Aquaculture Specialist
Oyster Hatchery Manager
Aquatic Scientist
Saltwater Production Manager
Fish Farm Technician