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Aquatic engineering degree program for pool and spa professionals provide flexibility
Keiser University announced it has released the 2012 class schedule for its online aquatic engineering degree program for pool and spa professionals. Available through its eCampus online degree program center for an eighth year, the associate degree program offers flexibility for students looking to earn a degree while they work.
Prospective students can enter the program at any time during the year, and classes are offered in one-month modules. Sixty credit hours are required for the degree; students must complete 36 credit hours of major courses and 24 credit hours of general education courses.
“Many of our students have been in the industry for over 10 years. It gives me great pleasure to watch them grow in their professional learning. It gives me hope that the future of the pool industry will rest on highly educated professionals,” said department chair Connie Sue Centrella.
Students in the program will learn more about the business of managing aquatic facilities, service, and pool and spa retail stores during each module. The program also includes new energy efficiency and eco-friendly technologies in each module.
More information is available at www.keiseruniversity.edu.