Heating, ventilating and air conditioning affect almost every aspect of our lives. From indoor living comfort to industrial process environments, every building has a need for temperature and air quality control. The employment opportunities in this vast field are many and varied.
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Through lecture and lab procedures the HVAC program provides students with the theoretical and practical knowledge necessary to enter this growing and vital field. The major courses combine the mechanical and electrical concepts with engineering design and apply these principles to residential, commercial and industrial applications. Special emphasis is put on computer applications and the utilization of design and business software for the HVAC industry.
Our unique program enjoys the benefit of a highly regarded reputation in the HVAC field. The diverse training gives the student a broad base from which they can enter the industry in any number of professional occupations such as designer, CAD operator, estimator, project manager, sales representative and service & installation technician. Our graduates are typically sought after by consulting engineers, mechanical contractors, utilities, building automation contractors, equipment manufacturers & representatives, and our own HVAC alumni.
||• Energy Conservation
||• Project Management
|• HVAC System Design
||• HVAC Controls
||• Service & Installation
The HVAC Technology program is affiliated with professional organizations including the American Society of Heating Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers, Air Conditioning Contractors of America, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Institute, Refrigeration Service Engineers Society and the North American Heating, Air Conditioning, Refrigeration, Wholesalers Association.