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The Water Quality Management (WQM) Department periodically hosts info sessions as an interactive way to provide information to students about the entire WQM program with an emphasis on the  Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) degree. In order to enroll in the BAS program, attending an info session is required before you can register.  The AAS Degree and Certificates are also discussed during the session and there is time for subject specific advising afterwards.  If interested in attending an info session, please contact Summer Waters summer.waters@rrcc.edu. Drop-in advising for AAS students is available with Chelsea Campbell, Lead Faculty, Wednesdays from 2-3 PM in ETC 5107.

Upcoming info session dates:

The Water Quality Management Program is hosting a series of Drop-In Advising Sessions.  Stop by to speak with WQM staff, discuss career opportunities, and make a plan for your future. Bring transcripts or your S#.

Drop-In Advising Sessions:

January 10th   4:30– 5:30 p.m. | Location: Environmental Training Center (RET), Room 5102  *Bottom of the hill, 13302 Fox Run
January 15th  2:00 – 4:00 p.m. | Location: HUB Event Space, Room 1241  *Main Campus near Academic Advising
January 22nd  2019, 2:00 – 4:00 p.m. | Location: HUB Event Space, Room 1241

Mission Statement:

The mission of the Water Quality Management Technology program is to prepare students for successful employment in the diverse water industry by providing hands-on, active, and applied curriculum created with industry partners.

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Register now for Spring 2019 classes!

BAS Classes

WQM 428: Water Data Management
WQM 455: Human and Water Ecosystems Relationships
WQM 460: Source Water Management

AAS Classes

WQM 100 Introduction to Water Quality Management
WQM 124 Water Certification Review C/D
WQM 126: Safety and Security Systems
WQM 130: Water Chemistry
WQM 200: Hydraulics
WQM 206: Design Interpretations
WQM 207: Activated Sludge Management
WQM 216: Biological/ Bacteriological Water Quality Lab
WQM 224: Water Certification Review A/B

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