Irrigation/Water Conservation

ARCH X 472.12B

This course covers the planning, design, and specifications of irrigation systems for water conservation. Irrigation system design includes quality and quantity of available water, and model water conservation requirements.


What you can learn.

  • Understand the use and selection of commonly used irrigation equipment and installation procedures for a complete irrigation system
  • Comprehend and be able to apply a systematic methodology toward the design of small-, medium-, and large-scale irrigation systems
  • Understand and use common symbols, graphic representations, and calculations used in the preparation of irrigation plans
  • Understand the principles of water conservation, the correct use of drip, and other low application rate systems and smart control technology

About this course:

This course focuses on irrigation system design, specifications, and construction. Instruction emphasizes water conservation and techniques of efficient and appropriate application. Various systems and techniques are explored, as well as concepts for system modernization, reclamation, and water management.
X 472.12A Grading and Drainage, X472.5 Landscape Design 5: Planting Design, and X 493.6 AutoCAD 2.

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This course applies towards the following certificates & specializations…

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