Continued population growth in the Central Florida area is causing a strain on our wastewater facilities. More experienced professionals are needed to handle this growing concern. This graduate certificate program offers courses to help professionals update their knowledge of research and practice in the area of wastewater treatment.
Admission is open to those with a bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited
institution. Students must have had an undergraduate course on water/wastewater treatment (such as ENV 4561) or equivalent. An application to the graduate certificate program and official transcripts must be submitted. Applicants must apply online.
Application Due Dates
|Graduate Certificate in Wastewater Treatment
Required Courses—12 Credit Hours Minimum
- ENV 6016 Biological Treatment Systems in Environmental Engineering (3 credit hours)
And choose three courses from the following:
- ENV 5505 Sludge Management Operations in Environmental Engineering (offered every other year) (3 credit hours)
- ENV 6015 Physical/Chemical Treatment Systems in Environmental Engineering (3 credit hours)
- ENV 6519 Aquatic Chemical Processes (offered every other year) (3 credit hours)
- ENV 6558 Industrial Waste Treatment (3 credit hours)
David Cooper, Ph.D., P.E. , Professor
Phone Number: 407-823-2388