Environmental Chemistry

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This course is designed to develop a working level knowledge of: (1) chemistry fundamentals; and (2) the basic principles and concepts of environmental chemistry. The participant will also acquire a familiarity level knowledge of: (1) geochemistry; (2) atmospheric chemistry; (3) environmental microbiology; and, (4) water treatment. Prerequisite for this course is one year of college level chemistry. Based upon the book Environmental Chemistry, by Professor Stanley Manahan, this course has been tailored to the needs of Environmental Restoration and Environmental Management career professionals by including case studies and applications from actual restoration sites. Satisfactorily completing this course will earn a total of 3 credits, in 3 modular segments, from Northern Arizona University and may be used toward degree programs in chemistry, waste management science or environmental engineering.

 

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