Environmental Technology students will specialize on ways to produce renewable energy in two main categories: Combustion and Electrical.
Combustion fuels include biodiesel, ethanol, bio-gas and hydrogen. The electrical category includes solar, residential wind, geothermal and hydroelectricity.
Additionally, students will have training in water: measurement, Law, and Quality. Water is an important aspect of a sustainable environmental stewardship.
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The Environmental Technology program provides a broad curriculum in industrial electrical systems, co-generation, water resource management, solar, fuel cells, and the development of a skill set to position someone for a variety of jobs that are anticipated with the emergence of the green collar economy.
The Environmental Technology program does not require students to purchase special tools.
The program will employ both lecture and laboratory formats. Hands-on experience is critical for gaining skills necessary to be successful in the industry. A mechanical aptitude is a necessary skill.