Aquaculture Business Management – Professional Master’s degree

AIT ranks top in internationality, which is now offering Aquaculture Business Management – one year Executive Professional Master’s degree Program starting from mid-January 2017. Get the aquaculture degree in Asia from where nearly 90% global aquaculture production comes. Globally, about 70 million tons of seafood is produced from farming annually. More and more people are consuming seafood due to its health benefits. Additional 160 million tons will be needed by 2050. After “Green and White Revolutions”, ‘Blue Revolution” is the need of the present which is possible only when thousands of new generation leaders are produced, who ultimately will train millions of other people learn how to breed and grow fish or aquatic animals sustainably applying scientific principles and adopting as profitable businesses. As a result, every country should be able to take advantage of the sector like that by Bangladesh, China, India, Thailand, Vietnam and many others. From seafood export, annually China earns nearly US$20 billion, while India, Thailand and Vietnam each receives about US$6-7 billion per year.
Aquaculture is on the spotlight nowadays. It has attracted so much public attention as well as private investment because it has emerged as one of the most profitable and competitive businesses. So far, we have trained thousands of entrepreneurs from all over the world. Some of them have started their own businesses, while others manage large corporate or government farms profitably.
Now AIT located near Bangkok, Thailand plans to start a one-year, Professional Master’s degree program in Aquaculture to provide management skill in addition to skill on innovative aquaculture technologies to interested investors, entrepreneurs, managers and other professionals so that their dreams come true. Doing aquaculture business, some of the aquaculture farmers are generating over US$10,000 per day (not per month) e.g. catfish/tilapia hatchery, snakehead farm, shrimp farms etc. The followings are the offered courses:

1. Aqua Business Management – Principles and Practices
2. Global Aquaculture Business – Managerial Perspective
3. Business Communication
4. Environmental Management & Aquaculture Sustainability
5. Marketing Management
6. Aquaculture Certification and Quality Control
7. Aquaculture Project Selection & Management
8. Integrated Aquaculture
9. Entrepreneurship and Business Plan Development
10. Aqua Seed Business
11. Managing Aquaculture Technology
10. Seafood Supply Chain Management
13. Aquaculture Economics and Managerial Accounting
14. Corporate Social Responsibility and Ethics
15. Post Harvest Management and Food Safety
16. Decision Making and Negotiations
17. Seafood Trade and Business Law
18. Statistics for Managers
19. Aqua Feed Business
20. Fish Health Management
Case studies: Shrimp/prawn farms, Tilapia Farms, Catfish/Pangasius Farms, Seafood markets, Processing companies, Feed companies, Hatcheries, Aquaculture and sustainability and so on.For more information, about the course, please write to:

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Environmental Engineering and Management

PM-EEM aims to provide middle and senior level managers and policy makers with advanced knowledge and skills in environmental engineering and management.The studying program takes one year and consits of three semesters. In the first two semesters, students will take basic and advanced courses selected from the regular courses offered at AIT, in consultation with an academic/thesis advisor. During the third semester, students will carry out their project study. Students will take an international field trip-cum-study visit to large companies outside Vietnam.

Urban Management

Professional Master in Urban Management (PM-UM) Program is collaboration between Asian Institute of Technology (AIT) - through Urban AIT Vietnam (AITVN) and Environmental Management Field of Study (UEM-FoS) - and Post Graduate Department of Ho Chi Minh City University of Architecture (HCMUARC) to launch this Program.The PM-UM Program aims to promote sustainable development by drawing on and integrating theories and perspectives from the disciplines of urban planning; urban and regional development; economic development; and public policy and management into a distinctive framework of problems issues and questions concerning the urban environment in a developing country/city context. Especially, as urban management in Vietnam is challenging with several critical issues in the current context of rapid urbanization and industrialization, this program will be very useful to produce more professional urban managers.