* Students who do not receive an appropriate test score will require additional coursework to develop necessary skills for entry into class.
NOTE: This certificate prepares the student for entry level positions in water and wastewater treatment facilities – industrial as well as municipal that demand skills in several subject areas. In addition, the student will be exposed to general work place skills required in today’s work environment.
* or ENVC 123.
NOTE: This certificate prepares students for employment within natural resource fields such as restoration technicians, water quality technicians, and environmental science and protection technicians. It is specially designed for the student who has already earned a college degree and is interested in redirecting their career into environmental studies. Graduates may work in a variety of employment settings from private industry to city, county, federal, and state government as well as Indian Tribes.
* or ENVAG 198 or ENVAG 199.
NOTE: This certificate provides a theoretical foundation in small farm agriculture through the study of environmental sustainability principles, ecology in agricultural systems, and plant and soil sciences. There is also a practical focus on the study and hands on cultivation of organic food crops for year round production and harvest in the maritime climate of the Puget Sound bioregion.