Sanitary Engineering Technology

Sanitary Engineering training program provides comprehensive training in surveying, mechanics, and wastewater treatment.

Comprehensive training in surveying, mechanics, and wastewater treatment.

Beginning with a foundation skills training in math, engineering, and safety, the Sanitary Engineering curriculum covers the design and construction of water supply systems, water treatment plants, sewerage systems, sewage treatment plants, and irrigation. Sanitary engineers seeking employment at a construction company, public works department, or an engineering/architectural firm benefit most from the coursework and training.

Take advantage of on-the-job training opportunities to apply the skills learned in the program. Students should have a high school diploma or GED Equivalent Certificate upon enrollment. Those who successfully complete the program can:

You can work with your Training Consultant to devise an individualized program or follow the complete Sanitary Engineering course list below.

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Sanitary Engineering Course List

Mathematics and Technical Foundation Skills

Quality Concepts: Terminology for Management186035
Engineering Technology Orientation, Part 1062002
Engineering Technology Orientation, Part 2062003
Basic Industrial MathBlock X21
Addition and Subtraction186008
Multiplication and Division186009
Fractions, Percents, Proportions, and Angles186010
Metric System186011
Introduction to Algebra186013
Introduction to Algebra, Geometry, and TrigonometryBlock X02
Algebra: Monomials and PolynomialsX0201
Algebra: FactoringX0202
Algebra: Addition and Subtraction of FractionsX0203
Algebra: Multiplication and Division of FractionsX0204
Algebra: Linear EquationsX0205
Algebra: Simultaneous Linear EquationsX0206
Algebra: DeterminantsX0207
Algebra: Quadratic EquationsX0208
Algebra: ExponentsX0209
Algebra: Radicals and Imaginary NumbersX0210
Applied GeometryX0211
Practical TrigonometryX0212
Practical Geometry5983A-B
Plane Trigonometry2309A-B
Trades Safety: Getting Started186001
Working Safely with Chemicals186002
Preventive Maintenance286085
Preventive Maintenance Techniques286086

Introduction to Surveying and Mapping Principles

Linear Surveying6670
Transit Surveying5460A-C
Drafting Kit1200M
Geometrical Drawing (includes 5 plates)5544A-B
Topographic Surveying5461A-B
Mapping (includes 4 plates)5462A-B
Principles of Mechanics
Elements of Chemistry5011
Engineering Materials2536A-C
Production of Concrete5469A-C
Field Methods in Concrete Construction6330A-B
Engineering Mechanics, Part 1286036
Engineering Mechanics, Part 2286037
Engineering Mechanics, Part 3286038
Engineering Mechanics, Part 4286039

Water/Wastewater Treatment: Concepts and Applications

Fluid Mechanics, Part 1286010
Fluid Mechanics, Part 2286011
Fluid Mechanics, Part 3286012
Hydraulic Turbines6718A-C
Environmental Technology for Technicians286M03
Water Supply3395A-C
Engineering Chemistry5012
Sanitary Chemistry5501
Sanitary Bacteriology3048
Sewage Treatment5294A-D
Purification of Water5301A-B

Advanced Surveying Skills

Elements of Photogrammetry6513A-D
Highway Curves6812A-B
Hydrographic Surveying5751
Determination of True Meridian5465
United States Land Surveys5466A-B
Fundamentals of Law for Surveyors5463
City Surveying6818A-C

Estimated Curriculum Duration: 1,012 hours.

Number of Exams: 89.

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