Biological, Microbiological, Chemistry, Fish Diseases and Virology, Molecular Biology, Fisheries Processing and Analysis, Genetics, Toxicology, Microscopy, Physical and Chemical Oceanography, Hunting Equipment Preparation, Computer (2 units, 70 computers), and Plankton Culture laboratories are all part of the Fisheries Technology Engineering Department.

In order to offer students with the living material they need for practice, to carry out undergraduate and graduate studies, and to conduct research on aquaculture and processing, the Aquaculture Research and Application Unit and Fisheries Processing Unit are both accessible.

The Maritime Transportation Management Engineering Department of our Faculty's Navigation, Maritime Laboratories, Simulator, and Sea Security Centers are utilized for maritime applications.

Our Faculty has one research boat and one research ship so that our students can practice and conduct research at sea.