Keiser Aquatic Engineering Course

The 2012 class schedule for Keiser University’s online two-year Associate of Science college degree program for pool and spa professionals is now available.

Keiser University offers a flexible program for working professionals who are interested in enrolling in the Associate of Science, two-year Aquatic Engineering Degree Program available through its eCampus online degree program center.

Students can enter the program at any time during the year.

Each class is offered in one-month modules.

The program, now in its eighth year, has a strong student following because it allows students to earn their degree while they work, and offers excellent employment opportunities post-graduation.

“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,” says Connie Sue Centrella, M.B.A., and Department Chair.

Students who enroll are involved in one-to-one, online education with the instructor, and online dialogue with other students. Each week, the students participate in learning activities, reading assignments, threaded discussion topics, weekly live chat rooms, and Webliography assignments.

Students will also learn more about the business of managing aquatic facilities, service, and pool & spa retail stores during each module. The program includes new energy efficiency and eco-friendly technologies in each module.

The online format makes it possible to offer a global study program that enables schedule flexibility and increased access to those currently employed.

For more information about the Aquatic Engineering Degree at Keiser University, visit www.keiseruniversity.edu and click on online education, call 888-453-4737, or email admissions@keiseruniversity.edu.

Learn more about the program at http://www.keiseruniversity.edu/aquatic-engineering-AS.php

Scholarships opportunities are available for graduates of the CPO Certification program and the CPI program.

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