Jobs in refrigeration and air conditioning installation, maintenance, service, sales and operation can be found in every aspect of the commerce, industry, and home ownership. The skills obtained from this program will prepare you for jobs ranging from that of the semi-skilled worker who performs the operational and maintenance tasks, to a plant superintendent who is responsible for the operation and maintenance of mechanical systems that may cost several million dollars.
An obstacle that lies in the path of the individual who hopes to acquire the needed basic and technical education to qualify for a good job in refrigeration and air conditioning is the fact that this is an industry with many specialized branches. In fact, the field is so broad that no one person could encompass it in its entirety. For this reason, the ambitious individual who seeks a career in this field should acquire a basic education that will form a solid foundation for the technical education needed to qualify for a good job.
This technical certificate can be applied toward an Associate of Applied Science in General Technology degree.
The fourth digit in the course number indicates the number of credit hours.
Requirements - 34 hours
|ACR||1103||Electrical Motors and Components||Air Conditioning|
|ACR||1203||Gas Heating Systems||Air Conditioning|
|ACR||1204||Electric Circuits and Controls||Air Conditioning|
|ACR||2102||Air Distribution||Air Conditioning|
|ACR||2304||Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Systems||Air Conditioning|
|ACR||2404||Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Components||Air Conditioning|
|COM||1003||Career Communications||Career Communications|
|IET||1002||Introduction to General Electronics I||Industrial Electronics|
|IET||2002||Introduction to General Electronics II||Industrial Electronics|
|MATH||1013||Technical Mathematics A, B, C, D, E, J, M and V||Mathematics|
|Students may take a MATH course higher than MATH 1013.|