Member Login Menu

Water Treatment Certificate Program

  • Member $5,500 | Non-Member $6,500


    Enroll Now

    Description

    ASCE's new Water Treatment Certificate Program is designed for the practicing engineer. This program will take your water resources career to the next level. Learn how to use the technology to make drinking water from groundwater, lakes, rivers, streams, oceans, stormwater, and wastewater reuse to all the planning aspects required to lay the groundwork for a new water treatment plan.

    Suggested Pre-Requisites:

    • Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering

    How It Works

    • 5 Guided Online Courses are required to complete this certificate program.
    • Complete all 5 Guided Online Courses within 4 years from enrollment.
    • Earn a certificate of completion after all 5 courses are finished.

    You will be able to:

    • Determine how rapidly changing regulatory requirements and technologies need to be applied to deal with emerging contaminants and customer demands.
    • Demonstrate a thorough understanding of the planning elements needed to develop a water treatment plant – from energy consideration and permitting needs, to source water development and pilot testing.
    • Explain the major unit processes used in water treatment, including chemical, physical, and biological processes.
    • Demonstrate the process design criteria for all types of groundwater treatment issues: including iron and manganese, nitrates, radionuclides, arsenic, and many more!

    Perfect For:

    • Civil engineers involved in water treatment planning or design
    • Water utility managers planning or operating groundwater treatment facilities

    See all available dates and descriptions for both core and elective courses.

    Certificate Courses*

    *All 5 courses must be completed.

    Suggested order of completion:

    1. The Fundamentals of Water Treatment Processes: Physical, Chemical, and Biological
    2. Drinking Water Treatment Technology
    3. Planning for Water Treatment Plant Design
    4. Surface Water Treatment Plant Design
    5. Groundwater Treatment Design

Advertisement

Advertisement

Advertisement