This competency-based curriculum provides state of the-art training for careers in environmental technology. Environmental Technology utilizes the principles of science, engineering, communications and economics to protect and enhance safety, health and natural resources.
All credits from this program may be transferred to Medgar Evers College for a bachelor’s degree in Environmental Health. Students interested in transferring to the Environmental Engineering program at City College should see Dr. Neal Phillip. The programarticulates with SUNY Empire State. See the Transfer Planning website for more details.
Upon successful completion of the Environmental Technology program requirements, students will be able to:
- Demonstrate the ability to assess scientific concepts and data, consider likely social dynamics, and establish integral cultural contexts when encountering environmental problems.
- Demonstrate intellectual flexibility necessary to view environmental questions from multiple perspectives, and be prepared to alter their thought process as they learn new ways of understanding.
- Communicate foundational knowledge necessary for success in the field through one or more venues, such as participation in a STEM-related conference.
- Demonstrate the abilities to gather and to assess environmental data collected in the field and write scientific reports on their findings.
- Demonstrate a working knowledge of instrumentation, such as FT-IR, NMR, GC/MS, HPLC, Ion Chromatograph, Spectrofluorimeter, UV/Vis Spectrophotometer, 3D printers, and Picarro Greenhouse gas monitor for water, air and
- Demonstrate competence in the use of software used in digital design.
Please note that this program is not currently accepting new students.