Chemical and Environmental Engineering Technologies
Chemical Technology is a career field that uses sophisticated chemical/biochemical methods and cutting-edge instrumentation to analyze chemical and pharmaceutical substances and evaluate their properties.
- The Chemical Technology associate’s degree (CMT) program prepares students to become laboratory technicians, research associates, or process chemists in high-tech research and development or quality control laboratories, academic institutions, government agencies, and chemical manufacturing facilities.
- The Chemical Technology Operator Certificate (CMTOC) provides technical skills for students seeking positions in a variety of process technology industries.
Environmental Engineering Technology is a career field that applies principles of math, science, technology, engineering, and law to protect the environment, promote conservation of natural resources, and ensure the health and safety of workers and the community.
Environmental issues affect the operations of many chemical and manufacturing industries, and play a role in agriculture, transportation, defense, energy, construction, and many other commercial enterprises. Environmental technologies also factor into the protection of parks and forests, nature preserves, and recreational venues.
- The Environmental Engineering Technologies associate’s degree program (EVT) also offers two majors: Stormwater Management (EVTS), and Water and Wastewater (EVTW). All courses, except cooperative education, meet Ohio Environmental Protection Agency requirements for license renewal (U.S. EPA External Provider).
- The Environmental Safety and Security Certificate (EVTSC) develop skills related to disaster preparedness, utilities safety and security, transportation safety and security, law enforcement, and research.
For more information, please contact the Center for Innovative Technologies at (513) 569-1743.