Water Quality Management Technology

Introducing our BSA Degree, New classes coming in fall

Water is critical to life and trained professionals who can help create a more sustainable water future are increasingly in demand. The Water Quality Management (WQM) program trains people to solve the mounting global water crisis.

WQM is for those who want to make a positive impact on their world while developing valuable job-ready skills. We are housed in a state of the art facility,  The Environmental Training Center (ETC), which boasts numerous hands-on learning laboratories. Here you will find staff dedicated to career counseling, tutoring, and subject specific advising. Small class sizes and adjunct faculty with real-world experience contribute to student success. We offer a variety of degrees including a Bachelor's degree, Associate's degree, and several certificates. No matter your career choice; environmental work, water conservation, water treatment, wastewater treatment, or distribution systems, we've got you covered.

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. The Water Quality Management (WQM) Department periodically hosts events and info sessions as an interactive way to provide information to students about the WQM program. If interested in a virtual info session, please contact Summer Waters summer.waters@rrcc.edu.

For academic advising and information on General Transfer (GT) credits, WQM students should schedule an appointment through Academic Advising with Christie Richter or Jennifer Hadden.  Online appointments can be made at https://www.rrcc.edu/advising/appointment

Fall Updates: 

The ETC is open Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 4:30 PM to 8 PM. Advising appointments are available with Summer Waters from 4:30-6:00 on those days. Email summer.waters@rrcc.edu to schedule an appointment.

 

Save the Date:

October 3, 2020 Carpslam with Denver Trout Unlimited! The Water Quality Management program partners with Denver Trout Unlimited to promote conservation along the South Platte River in the Denver Metro area.  Carpslam is an annual fishing tournament and fundraiser to draw awareness to the urban river.  The event will need volunteers to record data during the tournament.  You can still sign up as an amateur or pro and the after party is great fun for everyone.  Find out more at https://www.denvertu.org/ or contact Summer Waters.

Get Connected:

Interested in our Water Quality Management Technology program? Fill out this form and let us know if you are interested in the BAS, AAS, or Certificates then we'll contact you!


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