July 5, 2017
Delta's water environmental technology program
Choose a career that allows you to work with Michigan's most valuable resource – water. Earn an Associate in Applied Science Degree in water environmental technology.
When you're done, you'll be able to take licensing exams through the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality in water and wastewater. This associate's degree qualifies you to take the F-4 Water Filtration Certification Exam and the D Wastewater Exam. And, enhances your career and job mobility.
This career has grown by 5% over the last 2 years, and is expected to grow by 8% over the next 10 years.
Why choose Delta’s program?
Faculty – WET core courses are taught by local engineers, superintendents, lab analysts and managers with up-to-date experience.
Night classes – Many courses are offered in the evenings to allow students the flexibility of maintaining full- or part-time employment.
Lab facilities – The WET program is much more than classroom lectures, utilizing many hands-on laboratory exercises.
Site visits – Many field trips and site visits are taken to local facilities, observing firsthand the application of theory learned in the classroom.
Find out more
Contact the program coordinator:
Ron Sharp, Professor
Science and Mathematics Division