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Climate and Energy Control Technologies (HVAC)

The Climate and Energy Control Technologies (HVAC) program presents technical training to students in the areas of electricity, heating, residential air conditioning, refrigeration, sheet metal fabrication, direct digital controls (DDC) & commercial HVAC applications. This program provides students with industry credentialing in the areas of refrigerant handling safety, tool usage and control fundamentals. Foundational skills and principles learned in this program prepare students to work in the commercial and residential HVAC market place.

 

Program Highlights

  • State-of-the-art HVAC Lab
  • Partnership with Trane
  • Morning or afternoon classes
  • Residential and commercial focus

 

Degrees Available

  • Associate of Applied Science
  • Certificate

Program Title:

Climate and Energy Control Technologies

First Semester – Freshman

Course #Course TitleHours
CECT 115HVAC Fundamentals4
CECT 105Workplace Skills1
OSHA 110OSHA 101
CECT 120Electrical Fundamentals4
CECT 121Electrical Fundamentals II1
 Total11

Second Semester – Freshman

Course #Course TitleHours
CECT 125Heating System Fundamentals3
CECT 130Advanced Electrical Theory for HVAC2
CECT 135Advanced Heating Systems3
CECT 140Sheet Metal Fabrication I3
 Total11

 

First Semester – Sophomore

Course #Course TitleHours
CECT 205Environmental HVAC Systems4
CECT 225Heating System Fundamentals II2
CECT 210EPA 6081
CECT 215Intro to Mechanical Refrigeration4
 Total11

 

Second Semester – Sophomore

Course #Course TitleHours
CECT 230Heat Pumps3
CECT 235Commercial HVAC4
CECT 236Commercial HVAC Lab4
 Total11