Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning

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Welcome

The A.A.S. degree program provides a well-rounded education in HVAC technology with a thorough understanding of the theory and applications necessary for systems operation.

Graduates of the A.A.S. degree program will have a thorough understanding of the math and physics that HVAC principles are built upon. This program will also prepare the student wishing to pursue a bachelor's degree in HVAC. Students interested in a bachelor's degree are advised to contact the HVAC faculty prior to enrollment for specific course suggestions. Interested students please see the Calendar of Events for opportunities to visit the HVAC department for initial information or for Program Advisement and Registration (PAR).

Program Requirements:

HEATING, VENTILATION & AIR CONDITIONING (Certificate):
8 Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning classes, 1 Math class & 1 Physics class

Air Conditioning Technology: Heating and Ventilation (A.A.S. Degree):
Graduates of the A.A.S. program will have completed courses in technical mathematics, physics, English, physical/health education, social science and humanities, as well as eight courses in HVAC.

Admissions Requirements

No specific high school courses are required. Recommended courses include mathematics, mechanical drawing, electricity, and physics. You may begin these courses in the Fall or Spring semesters.

Career Choices

Heating, ventilating, and air conditioning technicians are skilled workers who design, install, maintain, and troubleshoot the air conditioning, heating, ventilating, and commercial refrigeration systems that provide us with comfort and temperature security. Employers include independent heating and air conditioning contractors; public utilities; and maintenance, engineering, or facilities departments in industry, schools, and hospitals. The HVAC department can also tailor a non-credit course for an organization or contractor. Please contact the HVAC department at 292-3722.

Student Chapter of the Air Conditioning Contractors of America. Contact Kevin French for more information.

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