A program that prepares individuals to apply basic engineering principles and technical skills in support of engineers and other professionals engaged in identifying and disposing of hazardous materials. Includes instruction in environmental safety principles, biohazard identification, testing and sampling procedures, laboratory techniques, instrumentation calibration, hazardous waste disposal procedures and systems, safety and protection procedures, equipment maintenance, and report preparation.
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|Rank||School Name||Students||% of Total||Total On-Campus Cost|
|2||Rio Hondo College||22||1%||$3,124|
|3||Barton County Community College||12||1%||$17,594|
|4||De Anza College||12||0%||$3,478|
|5||Allan Hancock College||11||0%||$3,269|
|6||Woodland Community College||9||3%||$3,041|
|7||Sacramento City College||8||0%||$2,958|
|8||Ivy Tech Community College||7||0%||$5,788|
|9||Santa Monica College||7||0%||$2,888|
|10||Lake Tahoe Community College||5||3%||$3,141|
|12||Bristol Community College||2||0%||$6,776|
|13||Hennepin Technical College||2||0%||$7,248|
|14||American Public University System||2||0%||$6,880|
|15||Shawnee State University||1||0%||$23,148|
|17||Irvine Valley College||1||0%||$3,059|
|18||Santiago Canyon College||1||0%||$3,071|
This list indicates the number of students that completed the Hazardous Materials Management and Waste Technology/Technician program at the schools above.
It is not necessarily an indicator of academic rigor or quality of education.
Note that some schools do not have enough data to be ranked, and these schools will not appear in our lists.