Water-135 - Water Quality - Cris Perez
The course is designed for individuals interested in a career in water technology. It provides highly technical instruction in the areas related to Water Quality in drinking water distribution and water treatment systems. The information covered is essential to stay in compliance with both state and federal drinking water regulations.
In this course you will:
- Apply basic principles of chemistry to drinking water quality.
- Apply basic principles of microbiology to drinking water quality.
- Compare and contrast the general quality characteristics of surface and groundwater sources.
- Explain the basic categories and principles of drinking water quality regulations.
- Evaluate common field water quality analysis practices.
What to Expect in this Course
Through reading the textbook, watching videos and participating in discussions, you will learn about the water quality and regulations. There are required bi-monthly quizzes as well as bi-monthly discussion posts. There is a midterm and final exam. Everything, including quizzes, discussion posts, midterm and the final exam, is open book.
This is a synchronous class. This means that the class is held live the same time each week. You have to work on your own, engage with me and other students during the live class session, as well as in Canvas discussions (and in comments on your work) and make sure to turn in the work each Sunday by 11:59 p.m.
Types of Assessments
1. Online discussion boards
2. Written assignments
3. Bi-monthly quizzes
4. Midterm & final exam
Textbook Information / Link to ZTC Textbook
Free in Canvas
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Last updated: 01/03/2022 Sub#: 415