Water Quality Management
Students in the Water Quality Management Program learn about distribution, collection and treatment of water and wastewater through hands-on laboratory analysis. You'll learn about wastewater reclamation and reuse, and how toxins are removed from water. Water regulatory agencies and laws are also learned. Students completing this course of study will be prepared to take the level 1 exam.
Dedicated scholarships are provided by MillerCoors for students 21 and over. Click here for the application.
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2016-2017 Program Dates
Part-Time (M-Th, 1-5 p.m. or 5-9 p.m.)
- 8/29/2016 – 2/16/2017
- 10/18/2016 – 4/18/2017
- 11/10/2016 – 5/10/2017
- 12/12/2016 – 6/5/2017
- 1/24/2017 – 6/29/2017
- 2/21/2017 – Fall 2017
- Total Contact Hours: 345
- Total Credit Hours: 19.00
- Cost per Credit: $101
- Additional Fees: $456
- Estimated Program Cost: $2,375 (books may add to your final cost)
|WQM 102||Introduction to Wastewater Collection||3.00|
|WQM 104||Intro to Wastewater Treatment||3.00|
|WQM 100||Introduction to Water Quality||3.00|
|WQM 101||Introduction to Water Distribution||3.00|
|WQM 103||Introduction to Water Treatment||3.00|
|WQM 105||Specific Calculations for Water Quality Management||4.00|
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