Fisheries Technology is now open entry!
The Fisheries Technology program is open
entry and begins in the fall term only. There is no application process to
register for program classes. Prospective students register on a space
available basis after reading, writing, and math placement requirements have
been met. Registration for fall term opens in May, visit the registration
calendar to see specific dates.
Follow this simple 3-step process to be admitted to the program.
an MHCC General
Admission Application if you are new or returning after four
terms or more. Select Fisheries Technology
as your major. Current
students: Email firstname.lastname@example.org to
request your major be updated to Fisheries Technology.
the class registration requirements in reading, writing and mathematics by
placement into RD115, WR115 and MTH060 or by completing RD090, WR090 and MTH020
with a C grade or higher. (Non-MHCC students need to submit official
transcript(s) and request a transcript
evaluation). Evaluations can take up to four weeks, please plan
ahead). For information about determining course placement, visit Testing Services or
for your fall term classes in May. All first term Fisheries Technology students should
register for these classes:
• FI101 Fishery Techniques 1 (4cr)
• FI111 Fish Biology I (4cr)
• HPE120 Introduction to Navigation (1cr)
In addition to the core courses above, these
general education requirements are recommended for the fall term. See program curriculum for general
education class selections if you have already completed the classes below.
- CIS120L Computer Concepts Lab I (1cr)
- Select one of the following: (4-6cr)
- MTH058 Quantitative Reasoning I (6cr) OR
- MTH065 Beginning
Algebra II (or higher) (4cr)
Still have questions about the Fisheries Technology program?
Read through the Frequently Asked
Questions or contact any Fisheries Technology faculty adviser via
email. Faculty are happy to meet with prospective students throughout the Fall,
Winter and Spring terms during our weekly office hours. Please note:
Fisheries Technology faculty advisers are not on campus during the summer
months so please use email to contact us over the summer.
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