Ang edukasyon isa ka importante nga armas sa pag lab-ot sang aton mga handom.
Amidst this pandemic, we humbly thank the Lord for His protection and providence to continue our education and adapt with the new normal.
This pandemic dramatically crashed the Philippine economy for many had already lost their lives, jobs, businesses and the like. It is in this situation that food production is crucial to support the country’s domestic demands. These challenges that we face is the time that the agriculture and fisheries sectors become the country’s frontliners to ensure that food is available in everyone’s table. Today is the mark where you become at the forefront of our country’s food production and security.
It is with great pleasure to welcome you all at the College of Fisheries and Allied Sciences!
DR. ALBERTO A. SILVA
Dean, College of Fisheries and Allied Sciences
The College of Fisheries and Allied Sciences is composed of the Fisheries and Marine Sciences Department offers Bachelor of Science in Fisheries.
Bachelor of Science in Fisheries
The Bachelor of Science in Fisheries (BSFi) Program is a four-year course intended to study the concepts in Fisheries Science. It aims to develop skills in aquaculture, capture fisheries, post-harvest fisheries, aquatic ecology and management, and other fisheries-related fields. BSFi program has no majors and graduates are intended to be knowledgeable in all aspects of fisheries. The paradigm shift from having majors to non- majors is a call to provide competent fisheries professionals who can contribute better to sustainable and responsible fisheries and total approach to freshwater and marine coastal management, and would be flexible in tackling job opportunities in both private and government sectors.
The BSFi Program is designed to educate students in the field of fisheries who can contribute to the country’s need for sustainable and responsible fisheries management, equitable resource use and multi-sectoral approach to coastal management; make students knowledgeable in statistical tools, computer use, social equity, extension service, economics, and proper handling of fish to reduce losses; and help students acquire knowledge and competencies in all aspects of fisheries and be capable to do quality research and innovations.