• GIS 130
    Department Information:
    Course Title: Introduction to Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
    Course Descriptions: This course provides an introduction to the fundamentals of Geographic Information Systems (GIS), including the history of automated mapping. The course includes a brief introduction to basic cartographic principles, including map scales, coordinate systems and map projections. GIS hardware and software are explored, as are various applications of GIS technology used in environmental science, business and government.


  • WST 031
    Department Information:
    Course Title: Water Use Efficiency Practitioner I
    Course Descriptions: This introductory water conservation course is designed for students interested in working as a water use efficiency practitioner. It includes the expected range of knowledge required for the American Water Works Association (AWWA) Water Use Efficiency Practitioner I Certificate.


  • WST 032
    Department Information:
    Course Title: Water Use Efficiency Practitioner II
    Course Descriptions: This is an intermediate water conservation course designed for students interested in working as a Water Use Efficiency Practitioner. It includes the expected range of knowledge required for the American Water Works Association (AWWA) Water Use Efficiency Practitioner 2 Certification.


  • WST 045
    Department Information:
    Course Title: Backflow Prevention Devices
    Course Descriptions:This course provides instruction in theory, testing, and maintenance of backflow prevention assemblies. It prepares journeyman plumbers and utility operators to take the American Water Work Association Backflow Prevention Certification test.


  • WST 048
    Department Information:
    Course Title: Cross-Connection Control
    Course Descriptions: This course is a study of the administrative and technical procedures required to establish a cross-connection control program, including a review of applicable local, state and federal regulations. The course includes the identification and study of backflow devices required to mitigate hazards of actual or potential connections between a potable water supply and any source of contamination. It also prepares students to become certified as cross-connection control program specialists.