Faculty of Fisheries and Marine Science

The teaching activities are handled by a staff of 192, 15 of whom are professors holding Ph.D. degrees and 34 Ph.D. staff with various expertise in areas of fisheries and marine science. These experts have graduated from international universities such as in Japan, the USA, the UK, Canada, Australia, Germany, France, Italy, Denmark, Thailand and the Philippines. 

Study programs 

• Aquatic Resources Management • Marine Science 

• Aquaculture • Fisheries Product Technology 

• Fishery Agribusiness • Utilization of Fisheries Resources 

On-going research collaborations: 

• Aquamarine Fukushima and Museum (Japan) 
• The University of Ryukyu’s (Japan) 
• Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology (Japan) 
• Nagasaki University, Hokkaido University (Japan) 
• Kagoshima University(Japan) 
• Ocean Research Instiute, the University of Tokyo University (Japan) 
• Ancona Univiversity and Genoa University (Italy) 
• Silliman University of the Phillipines 
• IOI Australia 
• Department of Primary Industries and Fisheries, Queensland (Australia) 
• Aarhus University (Denmark) 
• Texas University (US) 
• CRC-URI and Missisipi University (US) 
• ZMT- University of Bremen, (Germany). 
• Tohoku University of Pharmaceutical Science (Japan) 
• Kanazawa University (Japan) 

Supporting Facilities:

•The marine field station of Likupang 

•Research vessels 

•16 laboratories:

  • Hydrobioecology,
  • Aquatic Resource Management,
  • Marine Biotechnology,
  • Marine Chemistry of Biomaterial,
  • Breeding and Fish Reproduction Technology,
  • Fish Food Technology and Nutrition,
  • Environmental and Water Quality,
  • Pathology and Fish Disease,
  • Aquaculture Engineering,
  • Fisheries Business and Economy,
  • Sociology of Coastal Communities,
  • Fishing Technology,
  • Seamanship,
  • Fisheries Chemistry Products ,
  • Fisheries Product Handling,
  • Processing and Fisheries Product Microbiology