Wayne Bensley, Department Chair
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The environmental technology program will prepare you to serve as field and laboratory technicians for a wide variety of industrial and governmental employers involved in environmental testing, remediation, and monitoring. The program is an interdisciplinary one, including extensive faculty and laboratory capacity in chemistry, biology, instrumentation, soil and plant sciences, environmental engineering, and spatial analysis, as well as a common core of general studies.
Alfred State environmental technology graduates may enter directly into either the interdisciplinary studies BTech or the technology management BBA degree program.
For students wishing to transfer to bachelor-level programs in environmental science, electives can be selected that meet specific requirements of transfer institutions.
Employment and continuing education rate of 100 percent – 100 percent are employed.
Required: Algebra, Geometry, Algebra 2, Biology, Chemistry
Students who believe they need a reasonable accommodation to participate in this program may contact Melanie Ryan in the Office of Accessibility Services. This office may be contacted by email at DisabilityServices@alfredstate.edu or by phone at 607-587-4506. Please keep in mind that some accommodations may take time to implement, so students seeking accommodations are encouraged to contact OAS as early as possible.
Technical Standard for Environmental Technology program:
It is essential that students in this degree program are able to fully and safely participate, with or without reasonable accommodation, in all classroom, laboratory, field, internship, and research experiences required for completion of the program. Students in this degree program should be able to:
TYPICAL FOUR-SEMESTER PROGRAM
|BIOL||2801||Environmental Sciences Lab||1|
|CHEM||1984||Chemical Principles I||4|
|LITR||7003||Literature and Nature||3|
|MATH||2124||Statistical Methods & Analysis||4|
|CHEM||2984||Chemical Principles II||4|
|XXXX||xxx3||Gen Ed Elective||3|
|CIVL||6113||Environmental Tech Concepts||3|
|ENVR||4424||Envirnmntl Chem & Microbiology||4|
|COMP||5703||Technical Writing II||3|
|ENVR||4411||Environmental Capstone Seminar||1|
|HPED||xxx1||Physical Education Elective||1|
NOTE: BIOL 4254 General Microbiology and CHEM 3514 Organic Chemistry I may be substituted for ENVR 4424
|AGPS||2113||Field & Forage Crops||3|
|AGPS||5003||Integrated Pest Management||3|
|AGPS||5103||Sustainable Vegetb Prodtn Tech||3|
|AGPS||5113||Sustainable Fruit Production||3|
|AGRI||2013||Organic & Sustainable Ag Tech||3|
|BIOL||1104||General Biology I||4|
|BIOL||1223||Introduction to Forestry||3|
|BIOL||2204||General Biology II||4|
|BIOL||5254||Principles of Microbiology||4|
|CISY||3023||Advanced Microcmptr Spreadshts||3|
|MATH||1063||Technical Calculus I||3|
|PHYS||1044||College Physics I||4|
|PHYS||2044||College Physics II||4|
A minimum of 63 credit hours is required for graduation, with an overall cumulative index of 2.0 in the above-listed courses. A grade of "C" or better is required in chemistry, biology, and environmental courses.
Academic programs are subject to modification.