Program of Study

Course work includes biology, chemistry, mathematics, technical communications, introductory and advanced courses in environmental science technology.

Careers Available

Students will be prepared for entry-level positions that require the following: Chemical Analysis, Biological Analysis, Water/Wastewater Treatment, EPA Compliance Inspections/Audits, and Contaminated Site Assessment/Remediation.

Recommended Courses and Skills

High school algebra II, biology, chemistry and computer skills.

Helpful Personal Attributes

Ability to work as a member of a team, good communication skills (both written and verbal), strong organizational skills, and a curious mind for science and mathematics.

Program Offerings

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Program Contact

If you would like additional information about the Environmental Science Technology Program, contact Dr. Shelton Charles, Department Chair, Life Sciences, 336.734.7670