Energy Technology — Heating and Cooling Advanced

Program Information

Program Code: 
Degree Type: 
Certificate of Achievement
Year Established: 
Industrial Technology -

This 35 credit hour certificate program is intended for the student who would like to take the next step into the advanced residential and light commercial heating and cooling industry. Entry-level theory and hands-on experiences are provided as well as advanced courses in commercial heating and refrigeration, light commercial controls, heating and cooling mechanical codes, installation, energy management and energy system design. Students successfully completing this certificate may take ARI or ACCA air conditioning exams and the EPA Refrigerant Recovery exam and will be prepared to sit for the State of Michigan Mechanical Contractors Test.

All courses in the certificate program may be applied to an Associate of Applied Science degree in Energy Technology — HVAC. Courses in this program may also be applied to the Energy Technology — Heating and Cooling Basic Certificate.

Career Opportunities: 

Upon successful completion of the Energy Technology — Heating and Cooling Advanced Certificate, the student is qualified for an entry-level position as: * Energy Conservation Technician * HVAC Service and Installation Technician * Facilities Maintenance Technician * Representative for power equipment or instrument and control equipment found in buildings of all sizes.

Program Requirements

Minimum Number Of Credits To Graduate: 
35 (Including Options/Electives)

Requirements are Subject to Change

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