Environmental and pollution control technologies degrees - results 1-10 of 11

  1. Environmental and Pollution Control Technologies

    Concordia University-Wisconsin - Mequon, WI

    • BS

    Pre-Medicine: The Pre-Medicine program at Concordia prepares students for future trainingin medicine. Although medical schools do not mandate a specific major, only pre-requisite courses, Concordia strongly recommends that the pre-medical student pursue either the biomedical sciences or biology majors.

  2. Environmental

    Geneva College - Beaver Falls, PA

    • Bachelor's

    Environmental engineers design a variety of pollution control technologies focused on water and wastewater treatment, air pollution control, municipal solid waste disposal, and hazardous waste disposal. They also design environmental monitoring systems to detect the impact of human activities on the environment and threats to human health

  3. Environmental Engineering

    San Diego State University - San Diego, CA

    • Bachelor's

    Environmental Engineering involves identification and design of solutions to environmental problems, including air and water pollution control, supply of safe drinking water, treatment and proper disposal of hazardous chemicals, management of municipal, industrial and agricultural wastes, remediation of contaminated sites and groundwater, and development of new technologies to

  4. Environmental Technology

    Southwestern College - Chula Vista, CA

    • AS

    small business or large facility environmental compliance, emergency response, application of pollution minimization techniques, the cleanup of contaminated air, water, and soil, and waste treatment technologies, as examples. Occupational Health and Safety Specialists include positions that assist in the recognition, evaluation, and control of hazardous agents in the work environment

  5. Environmental Technology

    Southwestern College - Chula Vista, CA

    • Certificate

    small business or large facility environmental compliance, emergency response, application of pollution minimization techniques, the cleanup of contaminated air, water, and soil, and waste treatment technologies, as examples. Occupational Health and Safety Specialists include positions that assist in the recognition, evaluation, and control of hazardous agents in the work environment

  6. Renewable Energy Technology

    Ellsworth Community College - Iowa Falls, IA

    • AS

    jobs are Production technician, quality control technician, pollution control technician, technical service, agriculture technology, environmental technology, chemical technology, biotechnology

  7. Renewable Energy Technology

    Ellsworth Community College - Iowa Falls, IA

    • Certificate

    jobs are Production technician, quality control technician, pollution control technician, technical service, agriculture technology, environmental technology, chemical technology, biotechnology

  8. Renewable Energy Technology

    Ellsworth Community College - Iowa Falls, IA

    • Diploma

    jobs are Production technician, quality control technician, pollution control technician, technical service, agriculture technology, environmental technology, chemical technology, biotechnology

  9. Civil Engineering

    Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art - New York, NY

    • Bachelor's

    modern advances in structural engineering and materials, geotechnical engineering, water pollution control technologies and water resources engineering. Undergraduate Program Opportunity is available to graduates for careers in civil engineering design as related to structures, geotechnical applications, construction management

  10. Water Environment Technologies Water Environment Technologies AAS Degree (67 Credits)

    St Cloud Technical and Community College - Saint Cloud, MN

    • AAS

    may qualify for individual scholarships and extended internship opportunities while enrolled in the program. The Water Environment Technologies program is accredited by the Minnesota Department of Health and the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency

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