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Program Overview

The HVAC/R technician will learn installation, repair, and service work for heating, cooling, and refrigeration equipment.

As an HVAC/R student you will learn to use various pieces of specialty equipment and testing devices. Proper use of this equipment is critical to the accurate installation, service, and maintenance of the many different components found in today’s indoor climate control systems.

The demand for knowledgeable and skilled technicians in the HVAC/R field continues to grow. Professionals that understand and can demonstrate the proper use of specialty tools and refrigerant handling procedures required for the installation and service of today’s higher efficiency heating, cooling, and refrigeration equipment are greatly needed for this in-demand field.

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Refrigerant Regulations
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Program Length

Two Years
August-May

Degree:

Associate of Applied Science

Projected Salary
$30,000 per year