Energy Technology — Boiler License Review Basic
This is an entry-level program designed for students seeking to enter the boiler operation, power plant
operation or facilities operation and maintenance fields. In this program students operate boilers, engines,
turbines and heating and cooling equipment in the “hands-on” labs in the Energy Technology Department.
Upon completing this 17 credit hour program, students receive a diploma which may be presented to local license agencies to assist in meeting the requirements to take a HP Boiler, LP Boiler or NIULPE 4th Class license exam.
Courses in the certificate may also be applied to the Energy Technology — Power/Building Engineer Advanced Certificate. All courses in the certificate program may be applied to an Associate in Applied Science degree in Energy Technology — Power/Building Engineer.
Successful passing of one of these exams will offer the opportunity to seek employment as a power engineer, building engineer of facilities engineer. Graduates of this program also find employment in: • Boiler • HVAC, refrigeration • Air conditioning areas such as sales, service, installation, maintenance, and repair of buildings and their related mechanical and electrical systems.
Required Core Courses
- Partial online course