This program is intended for entry-level students or residential service technicians desiring careers as light commercial HVAC service technicians. This program is a hands-on troubleshooting and service program geared to the light commercial HVAC industry including convenience stores, restaurants, strip malls and any other type of small business concern. Students learn the basics of heating, cooling, distribution and control of these HVAC systems. The hands-on component uses the types of equipment installed in the field.
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 as well as to handle refrigerant 410a.
Important information about the educational debt, earnings, and completion rates of students who attended this program: View the Gainful Employment Information
|CAT 1111||Mechanical Systems Blueprint Reading||1|
|EET 1120||Introduction to DC & AC Circuits||2|
|EET 1139||Electrical Machinery||3|
|EGV 1401||Weatherization & Building Performance Training||3|
|HVA 1201||Basic HVAC Systems with Cooling||3|
|HVA 1221||Heating Systems||3|
|HVA 1241||HVAC Installation Techniques & Practices||4|
|HVA 1261||HVAC Loads & Distribution for Small Buildings||4|
|HVA 1401||HVAC Mechanical & Electrical Troubleshooting||3|
|MET 1131||Personal Computer Applications for Engineering Technology||1|