Environmental Engineering Technology, A.S.
This program will educate you on the general and technical aspects of environmental issues and common practice environmental procedures. The degree focuses on practical education with classes covering the basic quantitative and conceptual skills required of environmental engineering technicians. The curriculum is broad-based to meet the demands of a range of environmental positions. Graduates from this program have gone on to work for manufacturing firms, regulatory agencies, and as consultants or have continued their education at baccalaureate institutions. Due to the expanding environmental industry and high levels of environmental concern in Connecticut, this program has been in great demand.
To learn more about what you can do with an Environmental Engineering Technology degree click here to view a Defining Environmental Technology poster from the Advanced Technology Environmental and Energy Center.
Easy Transfer Options
Bismark State College
Central Connecticut State University
Eastern Connecticut State University
Sacred Heart University
Southern Connecticut State University
University of Bridgeport
University of Connecticut
University of New Haven
University of Saint Joseph
Western Connecticut State University
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See below for a list of all full-time Department Faculty. Please note that not all listed faculty may teach courses related to this specific degree or certificate program.
Vandana Basu, Ph.D.B.A., Vassar College; Ph.D., University of ConnecticutMathematics and Science Department Associate Professor of Chemistry
work Faculty Office Hours (860) 215-9429work VBasu@threerivers.eduINTERNET
Michael CartaB.A., M.S., University of DaytonMathematics and Science Department Department Chair and Professor of Chemistry
work Faculty Office Hours (860) 215-9413work MCarta@threerivers.eduINTERNET
William Dopirak Jr.A.S., Mohegan Community College; B.S., Eastern Connecticut State University; M.A. Central Connecticut State UniversityMathematics and Science Department Professor of Natural Sciences
postal Faculty Office Hours (860) 215-9424work WDopirak@threerivers.eduINTERNET
Erin MulhernMathematics and Science Department
home Faculty Office Hours (860) 215-9456home firstname.lastname@example.orgINTERNET
Nicola H RickerB.S., University of Connecticut; M.S. University of New HavenMathematics and Science Department Professor of Science
work Faculty Office Hours (860) 215-9474work NRicker@threerivers.eduINTERNET
Leslie J SamuelsonB.A., University of California at San Diego; M.S., San Diego State UniversityMathematics and Science Department Professor of Biology and Environmental Sciences
postal Faculty Office Hours (860) 215-9467work LSamuelson@threerivers.eduINTERNET
Sarah B Selke, Ph.D.B.S., Bates College; Ph.D., University of FloridaMathematics and Science Department Professor of Biology
postal Faculty Office Hours (860) 215-9470work SSelke@threerivers.eduINTERNET
*Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics