The Department of Fisheries Management offers both undergraduate and graduate programs. Equipment and facilities are available for research in fundamental and applied research in the field of fisheries management. The Fisheries Management Department has major research thrust on (i) observation and numerical modeling on hydrodynamic processes and water quality in pond, estuary, coastal systems and Bay of Bengal, (ii) open water (rivers, floodplains, Kaptai lake, haors, baors and beels) fisheries management, (iii) costal and mangrove ecosystem monitoring, (iv) climate change impacts on fisheries, (v) fish population dynamics (vi) estuary-ocean/bay exchange process and mixing in tropical estuarine and mangrove systems, and (vii) fish diseases.