Students will perform basic mathematical calculations directly related to the water and wastewater field. This course has a main focus on math theories, but also will include applied mathematical applications. Students must learn the theoretical math before applying the math concepts in practical applications in order to manipulate data and use that data for process control in water and wastewater treatment applications. Upon completion of this course, students will understand the importance of mathematical theories as stated in the course content and topics. The relevance of the math concepts will be applied and further understood in future courses taken in the Water Environment Technologies program. A wide variety of conversions are introduced to the students that specifically relate to the water and wastewater industry.
Student Learning Outcomes
- Solve basic mathematical calculations utilized in the water and wastewater industry.
- Convert units to solve mathematical equations.
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