Rural Surface Water Quality Testing
College of Rural and Community Development
This program provides education and training to conduct water quality monitoring and assessment by developing and following a Quality Assurance Project Plan (QAPP). Course work focuses on issues related to rural Alaska communities and provides basic academic preparation for entry-level water quality technician careers. Students gain a foundation of knowledge that prepares them to continue into science and engineering-related certificate, associate or baccalaureate programs.
Minimum Requirements for Occupational Endorsement: 9 credits
Students must earn a C- grade or better in each course.
|General University Requirements|
|Complete the general university requirements.|
|Occupational Endorsement Requirements|
|Complete the occupational endorsement requirements.|
|ABUS F183||Professional Skills for Job Hunt||1-3|
|CIOS F150||Computer Business Applications||1-3|
|ENVI F101||Introduction to Environmental Science||3|
|ENVI F110||Introduction to Water Quality I: Measurement||1|
|ENVI F111||Introduction to Water Quality II: Monitoring and Assessment||1|
|ENVI F112||Introduction to Water Quality III: Data Quality Assurance||1|
|ENVI F160||Internship in Environmental Studies||1-2|