The HVAC program prepares graduates for a wide variety of occupations in the $150
billion mechanical environmental sciences industry. Students will learn everything
to start an HVAC business, including business and general education classes, in addition
to the technical classes such as refrigeration, combustion processes, circuit wiring,
piping systems, automatic controls and more.
In addition to an Associate's Degree, the program also offers certificates in High
Pressure Boiler License, Large Commercial HVAC, Controls, Test and Balance, and Residential/Light
Where will I work?
Graduates from the HVAC program find employment with large commercial heating and
air conditioning contractors, residential mechanical contractors, parts and equipment
distributors, large commercial and industrial facility maintenance departments, hospitals,
custom design and new construction markets.
What are the starting salaries?
Average starting salaries can range from $32,000 to $42,000 per year depending on