Delivery: Daytime classes only
Start: Fall or Spring Semester; Full- or Part-Time
HVAC Technology—Associate in Applied Science Degree (60 credits)
HVAC Technician—Diploma (48 credits)
Heating—Certificate (30 credits)
Cooling—Certificate (30 credits)
About the Program
Service and installation of heating and cooling equipment. The main emphasis is on domestic, with some instruction on light commercial. When finished the student will have the EPA's Section 608 Clean Air Act Certification. In addition to these core concepts, the General Education courses required will help ensure individuals have the necessary oral, written and critical thinking skills to help them with their professional responsibilities.
Due to the high demand for this program, the college cannot guarantee that students will start their career/occupational coursework in their early semesters. General education courses and other program requirements are usually available.
The specialty of the heating and air conditioning service technician is the installation, repair and maintenance of environmental control equipment. Business, industry and government agencies employ technicians in sales and service for research and development.
Articulation agreements provide students with educational plans that help them transfer into four-year colleges and universities.
Potential Job Titles
Heating, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration Mechanics and Installers
Average Wage: $26.07/hour
Top Earners: $34.53/hour
Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning Technology - AAS 60 Credits
HVAC Technician - Diploma 48 Credits
Cooling - Certificate 30 Credits
Heating - Certificate 30 Credits
Gainful Employment Program Information
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