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HTC-102 Hatchery Design and Systems

4 credits

This course introduces students to fundamental hatchery systems and designs. Theoretical and applied instruction will include hatchery site assessment, planning and design considerations and related support system requirements. Instruction also includes engineering concepts applicable to hatchery operations such as basic electrical, plumbing, water supply, drainage, aeration, and recirculating aquaculture systems.


  • C in English 10; or C in two of Composition 10, Creative Writing 10, Literary Studies 10, New Media 10, Spoken Language 10, English First Peoples Writing 10, English First Peoples Literary Studies 10, English First Peoples New Media 10, English First Peoples Spoken Language 10, or NIC ENG-035, or C+ in Communications 12, or C+ in ESL 062 and 065; or successful NIC assessment testing in English; and C in one of Principles of Math 10, Apprenticeship & Workplace Math 10, Workplace Math 10, Foundations of Math & Pre-Calculus 10, Applications of Math 11, NIC MAT-029, or successful NIC assessment testing in math.

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