Water and Wastewater Technology Diploma
Earn an Water and Wastewater Technology Diploma at Thompson Rivers University
This state-of-the art Water and Wastewater Technology at Thompson Rivers University encompasses chemistry, microbiology, mathematics, mechanical and electrical systems, instrumentation and treatment technologies as they are applied in the increasingly vital water industry.
|Tuition Fee:||C$21,582 for first year|
What you’ll learn from Water and Wastewater Technology at Thompson Rivers University
- Knowledge of primary to advanced municipal and industrial processes in the treatment of water and wastewater operations.
- Conduct source water quality sampling, laboratory analysis, regulatory reporting, data management and source protection.
- Troubleshoot mechanical, electrical and instrumentation materials, equipment, infrastructure and facilities needed to operate water, wastewater, distribution and collection systems.
- Operate and maintain primary to advanced mechanical, electrical and instrumentation systems used in moving and treating water and wastewater.
- Operate, maintain and troubleshoot process equipment involved in treatment, distribution and collection of water and wastewater.
What you’ll graduate with—certificate and diploma options
- Certificate in Water and Wastewater Utilities
- Diploma in Water and Wastewater Technology
Before coming to TRU, I couldn’t even imagine how fast my life would change here. TRU gave
me all the opportunities I was looking for to unearth my true potential. I’ve met people from
various parts of the world, gained real-world work experience and most importantly, I have
learned more about myself. Being a part of the TRU community has been one of the most
meaningful and rewarding experiences in my life. One of the best things I did in my program
was my co-op. I put my learning into direct practice right away and that helped me secure a full
time position after I graduated.
Tatiana Fedotova, Events Co-ordinator
Seek employment in an in-demand industry, as Canada and BC face shortages of trained water and wastewater operators. Work in primary, secondary and advanced water treatment and distribution operations; primary, secondary and advanced wastewater treatment and collection operations; as well as in water quality protection and monitoring.