Energy Technology — Heating and Cooling Basic

Program Information

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

This 19 credit hour Heating and Cooling program is a job entry preparation certificate in Heating and Cooling for residential service. The courses provide theory and hands-on exposure to the basics of electricity, air conditioning, heating, and refrigeration technology. Sheet metal fabrication and heating and cooling installation, troubleshooting and design are included. A student successfully completing this certificate should be ready to sit for air conditioning (ARI or ACCA) and EPA Refrigerant Recovery exams to be certified as an entry level residential service technician.

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

Career Opportunities: 

Upon successful completion of the Energy Technology — Heating and Cooling Basic Certificate, the student is qualified for an entry-level position in the heating and cooling industry.

Program Requirements

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

Requirements are Subject to Change

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