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Air Pollution Control Training in Colleges and Universities in the United States
Journal of the Air Pollution Control Association
  • Harold M. Cota, California Polytechnic State University - San Luis Obispo
Publication Date
9-1-1971
Abstract
A nationwide survey of air pollution control training efforts in the United States at colleges and universities was carried out for the S-ll Education and Training Committee, Air Pollution Control Association. Information from 91 schools having four year or graduate programs and five community colleges was received. Questions include type of course work, backgrounds of participating faculty and students, and eventual placement. At the present time about 70% of those in training are graduate students. It was found that most students taking initial employment in air pollution control activities had the M.S. degree. Recommendations for updating this information are made.
Citation Information
Harold M. Cota. "Air Pollution Control Training in Colleges and Universities in the United States" Journal of the Air Pollution Control Association Vol. 21 Iss. 9 (1971) p. 559 - 562
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/hcota/14/