Upon completion of the Environmental Technology program, students are able to:
- Communicate and discuss current environmental topics and be able to provide an overview of environmental technology
- Apply scientific, technical, and communication skills and knowledge to specific tasks
- Be proficient at using state-of-the-art scientific instrumentation to perform air, water, and soil analysis
- Be certified in 40-hour OSHA for hazardous waste
- Conduct monitoring in the field and demonstrate the ability to analyze the data in a laboratory setting
- Be proficient in a discipline of environmental technology, including coastal zone management, hazardous waste site assessment, geographic information systems, wastewater management, water quality, energy efficiency and/or renewable energy.