Aquaculture is a specialisation offered within the Bachelor of Science. This specialisation is also available within the 4 year Bachelor of Science (Honours).
The Bachelor of Science (Aquaculture) was established to provide you with the right combination of skills needed to be a part of the next phase of aquaculture’s growth or to make an important contribution to aquatic resource management through a variety of career paths.
It is the only university course of its kind in South Australia and has the backing of the fishing industry through the South Australian Fishing Industry Council.
The focus is on combining a strong background in the natural sciences with an understanding of health and safety issues, practical and management issues, and business and communication skills.
Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR): Minimum of 70#
Flinders University's Bedford Park campus is located on Sturt Road, just south of the Central Business District (CBD) of Adelaide, the capital city of the State of South Australia.
The most direct routes from the CBD are via:
* Anzac Highway and South Road, or
* Goodwood Road, Ayliffes Road and South Road.
If you are coming from the airport, travel via Sir Donald Bradman Drive and South Road.
Getting to and around the campus
Students and staff have many options for getting to campus, for example:
* public transport
* the Loop Bus
* Access cab.