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Heating, Refrigeration, and Air Conditioning Technology | Print |

(Associate of Applied Science degree or certificate. Courses required for the career-technical  certificate are indicated by *.)

This curriculum prepares students for employment as installers and maintenance mechanics in the rapidly growing and increasingly technical field of heating, refrigeration, and air conditioning.

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Courses Offered
HRA101 Basic Electricity
HRA105 Principles of Refrigeration
HRA125 Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Mechanical Systems
HRA135 Introduction to International Mechanical Code
HRA145 Piping Design, Sizing, and Installation for Heating, Refrigeration, and A/C
HRA150 Customer Relations and Record Keeping
HRA160 Sheet Metal Design, Sizing, & Installation for Heating, Refrigeration & A/C
HRA216 Residential Air Conditioning Systems
HRA225 Residential Heating Systems
HRA249 Commercial Refrigeration Systems
HRA290 North American Technician Excellence Certification

Required Complete Tool Kit with Estimated Cost: 
- Tool kit is a required purchase for the program and is to be
   purchased through the HRA Department.

Estimated Total Cost - $420

12-13 Gainful Employment Disclosures for Heating, Refrigeration, & Air Conditioning Technology Certificate Program

12-13 Gainful Employment Disclosures for Heating, Refrigeration, & Air Conditioning Technology – Installer Option Certificate Program

12-13 Gainful Employment Disclosures for Heating, Refrigeration, & Air Conditioning Technology – Technician Option Certificate Program



 

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 26 March 2014 )
 
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