The Kentucky State University Aquaculture Program Water Quality Management is a 3-credit-hour Internet course offered to undergraduate and graduate students.
Dr. Robert Durborow, firstname.lastname@example.org, professor in the Division of Aquaculture at KSU, will teach the course.
The graduate-level Water Quality Management course is intended for students who are completing or already have a bachelor’s (or higher) degree. During the course, students take four online tests and write a scientific review paper on a topic agreed upon by the student and instructor.
Why take the Water Quality Management Internet course?
An online course is perfect for persons who have limited time, and may not be able to attend class at a particular hour. Also, Web courses provide subject matter that may not be available at a nearby school. Specifically, people working with fish who need to manage, control and treat water quality, and anyone who just needs or wants college credit at the undergraduate or graduate level are welcomed to enroll.
How to Enroll
1. Students are encouraged to contact
email@example.com to discuss course specifics and receive consent for acceptance into the course.
2. Registration for Water Quality Management:
U.S. students should contact the instructor and request enrollment information.
International students (countries other than U.S.) should receive instructions for registration from Dr. Robert Durborow.
3. Kentucky State University will contact the student about payment arrangements.
Registration is not complete until the student has paid tuition and fees.
4. The instructor will contact each student by e-mail to provide initial course instructions before the course begins. A working e-mail address is required for each student.
Is a textbook required?
The course instructor recommends the textbook Water Quality in Ponds for Aquaculture. Please send the order and payment of $42.00 directly to the author, Dr. Claude Boyd, P.O. Box 3074, Auburn, Alabama, 36831. Make the check/payment payable to Claude Boyd.
Student should receive consent of instructor for acceptance into the course.
Who may take
Water Quality Management?
* wishes to add a water quality course into his/her present university curriculum.
* already has a degree in biology or some other area and is interested in water quality management.
* wants to get credit hours without attending a traditional classroom.
What about tuition and fees?
Tuition - Undergraduate
(AQU 460) $1,110.00
Tuition - Graduate
(AQU 560) $1,359.00
(Tuition and fees are subject to change.)