Aquatic Science and Applied Technology Goals

College Goals

The MMSU College of Aquatic Sciences and Applied Technology is an institution of higher learning mandated to provide quality and functional instruction in the fields of aquaculture, fish processing and marine sciences. Corollary to this, the college is empowered to undertake research, extension and production activities to effect the four major functions of the university that of instruction, research, extension and production.

  1. Provide quality education in fisheries and aquatic sciences of international standards, thereby producing world-class manpower;
  2. Conduct relevant researches in fisheries and aquatic sciences that are responsive to peoples’ need and dynamic environment;
  3. Engage in extension services through technology transfer, industry linkages or consortia with government and non-government organizations underscoring rational and sustainable development of fishery and aquatic resources in the region;
  4. Implement income-generating projects that will showcase the generated technologies in fisheries and aquatic sciences while providing income to the university; and
  5. Establish linkages with other institutions to monitor local needs; with research and development agencies to keep abreast with scientific advances; and with industry to match manpower needs.