The HVAC program emphasizes the fundamental principles for air conditioning and refrigeration. Instruction is in the theory and principles of refrigeration and heat transfer, HVAC/R system components, common, and specialty tools for HVAC/R, and application of the concepts of basic compression refrigeration. Upon completion, students should identify system components and understand their functions, identify and use common and specialty HVAC/R tools, and maintain components of a basic compression refrigeration system. The HVAC program option offers an Associate of Applied Science, a certificate and a short certificate.
Additional, certifications offered in the HVAC program are:
- NCCER Core
- MSSC CPT
- Lift Truck Certification
- 10 Hour OSHA
- Universal EPA Certification
Cost of Attendance
Fees are approximate and subject to change without prior notification. Not all fees are applicable. Fees will vary and are based on financial aid, scholarships, and where additional items are purchased.
|HVAC||Total Program Cost|
|Tuition & Fees for the Degree||73 total credit hours at $164 per credit hour: $11,972.00|
|Materials & Supplies||$500|
|Lift Truck / 10 Hour OSHA Certification||$35|
|Graduation Application Fee||$67|
|HVAC Program Total (Approximate)||$12,599.00|
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