Environmental Engineering Technology (ENVR)

(CIP Code 150599)

63 Semester Hours

Students in the Environmental Engineering Technology Associate Degree in Applied Science program explore the relationships between the human race and the dynamic environment in which they live. They examine the effects of pollution using applied math and science skills. Students also determine strategies to minimize or prevent waste in order to reduce the impact on the environment. They discuss innovative solutions to environmental issues and determine ways to improve processes and protect people from hazardous and toxic chemicals. Most importantly, students acquire skills and knowledge they can adapt to a variety of environmental, health, and safety career opportunities. Career opportunities include health and safety manager in industry, treatment facility operator in municipalities, engineering technician, laboratory technician in environmental monitoring laboratories, and environmental quality technician for state and federal regulatory agencies.

This program is primarily an online program with a required experiential learning component*. Select General Education courses may also be offered in a traditional format on campus.

Developmental Courses

This program of study requires that all developmental courses must be completed prior to graduation. These developmental courses may or may not be prerequisites to courses required in the program. Developmental courses are determined by placement tests taken at the time of admission into the college. The developmental courses are MAT 013 and RWR 032. These courses do not count for credit in any program of study.

General Education Core Requirements - 15 Credit Hours

ENG 101 English Composition I


ENG 165 Professional Communications

MAT 110 College Algebra


MAT 155 Contemporary Mathematics

SPC 205 Public Speaking

------ Humanities/Fine Arts Elective

------ Social/Behavioral Science Elective

courses required to complete this program

Following is a list of courses required to complete this program. Since some courses are offered once a year, courses should be taken in the following sequence in order to complete the program in a timely manner:


COL 105 Freshman Seminar 303

CPT 101 Introduction to Computers 303

EVT 201 Environmental Science 303

EVT 220 Environmental Biology II 303

MAT 110 College Algebra 303


MAT 155 Contemporary Mathematics



ENG 101 English Composition I 303


ENG 165 Professional Communications

EVT 251 Health Effects/Hazardous Materials 303

SPC 205 Public Speaking 303

------ Departmental Approved Elective303

------ Social/Behavioral Science Elective303



EVT 110 Introduction to Treatment Facilities 303

EVT 253 Occupational Environmental, Safety, and Health Concepts 303



EVT 206 Introduction to Environmental Compliance 303

EVT 223 Environmental Sampling Analysis 303

EVT 254 Industrial Safety and Emergency Response 303

------ Departmental Approved Elective303



EVT 225 Best Management Practices (BMP) Applications 303

EVT 255 Solid and Hazardous Waste 303

EVT 260 Air Pollution Control Systems 303

------ Departmental Approved Elective303

------ Humanities/Fine Arts Elective303



63063Program Total


This program is aligned with the following career cluster: Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics

Department Approved Electives

COL 105 Freshman Seminar

EVT 102 Basic Water Treatment

EVT 103 Basic Water Distribution

EVT 108 Basic Physical Chemical Wastewater

EVT 109 Basic Biological Wastewater

EVT 257 Environmental, Health, and Safety Management Systems


*Students must demonstrate a minimum of 40 hours of experiential learning in order to graduate. The student will develop an experiential learning plan with the advisor as they go through the program. Final evaluation of the plan will take place in the capstone course (EVT 225).

Program Contact

Castleberry, Joshua Department Chair, Environmental and Natural Resources