Students find work as service technicians or performing installation work for commercial and residential contractors.
Students may become certified as refrigerant handlers under EPA section 608.
|CAT 1111||Mechanical Systems Blueprint Reading||1|
|CAT 1601||Building Electric & Controls||4|
|COM 2211||Effective Public Speaking||3|
|HVA 1201||Basic HVAC Systems with Cooling||3|
|HVA 1221||Heating Systems||3|
|MET 1131||Personal Computer Applications for Engineering Technology||1|
|HVA 1401||HVAC Mechanical & Electrical Troubleshooting||3|
|HVA 2700 (HVACR Engineering Technology Internship) OR EGV 1251 (Introduction to Energy Management Principles) OR EGV 1301 (Architectural Energy Analysis) OR EGV 1401 (Weatherization & Building Performance Training) OR EGV 2351 (LEED Green Associate Exam Preparation) OR CAT 1201 (Construction Methods & Materials) OR CAT 1401 (Construction Estimating) OR CAT 1741 (Residential Electrical Systems)||2|
|HVA 1241||HVAC Installation Techniques & Practices||3|
|HVA 1261||HVAC Loads & Distribution for Small Buildings||3|
|MAT 1110 (Math for Technologists) OR MAT 1200 (Technical Mathematics)||3|
|CAT 2431||OSHA Construction Standards||2|
Not currently accredited. We are pursuing accreditation thru the Partnership for Air-Conditioning, Heating, Refrigeration Accreditation (PAHRA). This body will accredit one-year certificates as well as two-year degrees.