Environmental Technology - Learning Outcomes

  1. Apply principles of mathematics, biology, chemistry, sampling, Geographic Information Systems, and hazardous materials to the operation of environmental facilities and the analysis of environmental problems.
  2. Demonstrate knowledge of computer hardware, software and operating systems and effectively utilize the Internet and discipline related software packages.
  3. Interpret scientific principles and apply the methodology of scientific inquiry to analyze problems.
  4. Exhibit an understanding of mathematics-based logical arguments and quantitative reasoning and utilize this understanding to validate relationships and processes.
  5. Utilize the English language to communicate and interact effectively, in both written and oral formats, to a variety of individuals and diverse groups of human beings.
  6. Identify, critically analyze, and ethically evaluate problems from a variety of perspectives, interpret data, and research and develop solutions.
Link to the main site.