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Water Technology Certificate


All of the Water Technology courses listed may be applied toward earning a UWM Water Technology Certificate. Note that all the courses listed are electives. You may choose the ones most pertinent to you.

Earn the certificate by attending nine or more days of related courses within two years.

Note: We are working on developing three different tracks for this Certificate program. The tracks will develop into (i) best practices, (ii)ecology, and (iii) technology


""I really enjoyed the program and felt it directly added to my skills for my work. I'm already applying what I have learned. Keep up the good work." "
Erick Shambarger, Deputy Director, City of Milwaukee Office of Environmental Sustainability, Water Technology Certificate Recipient


Design and Maintenance of Stormwater Infiltration Practices

Thu. & Fri. Sept. 24-25

Introduction to Wastewater Treatment

Thu. Oct 8

Native Landscape Design for Stormwater

Thu., Oct. 22

Sustainable Water Management - An Introduction

Thu. Sept. 10

  Dates To Be Announced  
Constructed Wetlands
Water Harvesting Systems and Application
Wetland Hydrology
Wisconsin Sedimentation & Erosion Control Inspector (WISECI)TM Best Management Practices
  Related Areas  
Quality Improvement
For more information, contact:
Marcia Gabriel,, 414-227-3378
Murali Vedula,, 414-227-3121


Fall 2015 Water Technology Brochure

Or download the pdf

Urban Adventures with the Urban Ecology Center
The Urban Ecology Center helps to protect and preserve natural spaces by offering educational programs and resources that promote good stewardship practices, recreational activities and sustainable communities.