Associate of Applied Science in Environmental Technology with Environmental Technician and Safety Management Concentrations
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Mansfield University offers an Associate of Applied Science degree in Environmental Technology as an entry point into environmentally-related careers. Students in this program explore environmental problem solving through experiential learning. Courses feature both lab and field components. Many two-year students develop the academic skills and perseverance to transfer to and graduate from the four-year baccalaureate program in Geosciences or Safety Management.
Environmental Technician Concentration
Students who choose this concentration will learn to apply skills of the discipline to activities including, but not limited to, hydrology, water treatment, pollution prevention and treatment, and sustainable design. Students will also learn to conduct standard field and laboratory testing and work professionally in the area of environmental systems while understanding professional and ethical responsibility.
Safety Management Concentration
Students who choose this concentration will learn to identify and apply the relevant laws, standards, and regulations that affect personal and environmental safety; communicate effectively regarding safety in various settings; describe the roles and responsibilities of professional safety managers; and lead others in promoting safe work sites.