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|OLS Field Name||OLS Field Data|
|Main Title||Four-year wastewater technology curriculum implementation procedure|
|Author||Chisman, James A. ; Wockenfuss, W. A. ; Austin, J. H. ; Baker, E. R. ; Carter, E. C.|
|CORP Author||Clemson Univ., SC. ;Maryland Univ., College Park.;Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of Water Program Operations.|
|Publisher||U.S. Environmental Protection Agency ;|
|Subjects||Sanitary engineering--Study and teaching--United States|
|Additional Subjects||Education ; Undergraduate study ; Wastewater treatment ; Labor force ; Bachelors degrees ; Curriculum development ; Engineering schools|
|Collation||39 p. ; 28 cm.|
A possible vehicle for providing manpower needs is the four-year Bachelor of Wastewater Engineering Technology program. The graduate of such a program will have sufficient knowledge to operate and/or manage the modern waste treatment facilities and also to function as an integral member of design, monitoring, and enforcement teams. This document summarizes the major attributes of an institution that wishes to have a program of this type and offers suggestions for administering such a program. In addition, a suggested four-year curriculum is offered.
Cover title: Program implementation : a four-year wastewater technology program. Project funded by Training Grants Branch, Division of Manpower and Training, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, under project no. T900660010 at Clemson University and no. T90066801 at the University of Maryland. "August 1976." "The project is based on the material presented in a four-year technology curriculum, published in July 1974..."--Acknowledgements.