Tuesday – April 25, 2017
This program promotes environmental protection, improvement and sustainability, with a focus on protecting our water, food and air resources. Hands-on coursework includes water purification, water reclamation, environmental biology, water quality analysis, hazardous materials, and food and dairy quality control.
Career Outlook: Employment opportunities include applying regulations and procedures to identify, evaluate, and control hazards. Graduates are employed in a wide variety of positions in private industry, environmental consulting firms and government agencies.
Career Pathway: You can earn the Water Technician certificate on your way to completing this associate degree.
Program Code: 10-506-1
Start Date: August
Special Admission Requirements: One year of high school-level algebra.
Career Cluster: Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources