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Environmental Engineering Technology

The Environmental Engineering Technology degree program is no longer accepting new students, however the Water Utility Technician certificate is still open for enrollment.

Environmental Engineering Tech testing the water properties in field with a testing kit.

 

 The Water Utility Technician Certificate Program will prepare you to sit for Class I Water and Wastewater Certification testing administered by the Ohio EPA and to obtain employment in a high demand field as a water utility technician

Job Outlook:

Over the next decade, Montgomery County Water Services and The City of Dayton Water Department are expecting to replace a nearly a quarter of their water utility technicians due to retirement of senior technicians. Now is the perfect time to land a career position with these great employers. For more information on becoming a Water Operator in Ohio, visit the Ohio EPA webpage. 

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One-year Technical Certificate
Water Utility Technician

This certificate is designed to prepare students for the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) certification tests in water distribution and wastewater collection as well as enhance job skills in customer service, GIS mapping, backflow prevention and safety.

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Career Paths and Opportunities in Engineering Technology Areas

Engineering Technician Career Paths: HVAC-R Engineering Technicians yearly salary $43,640/$20.98 an hour. Technicians work on heating, ventilation, cooling and refrigeration systems that control the temperature and air quality in buildings. Associate's Degree or Certificate

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Accreditation

The Associate degree program in Environmental Engineering Technology is accredited through the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET. View program enrollment and graduation statistics.

Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission


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