Provides the student with the basic principles of industrial refrigeration and air conditioning, with an emphasis on the function and design of each of the major system's components used in today's facilities.
- Develop safe working habits with advanced technology tools & equipment.
- Apply digital skills in the application of different advanced technologies.
- Apply quantitative skills in the application of different advanced technologies.
- Demonstrate technological literacy of different advanced technologies through vocabulary, terminology and applications
- Develop appropriate communications tools and strategies for different advanced technological applications.
Complete a minimum of 40 additional credit hours in courses required within your specialization.
|Course name||Credit Hours|
|ENT-100: Basic Workplace Skills||1.00|
|ENT-101: Introduction to Energy Technology||2.00|
|ENT-103: AC and DC Electricity||3.00|
|ENT-104: Heating Technology||4.00|
|ENT-105: Introduction to Refrigeration, Air Conditioning, and Heating (RACH)||2.00|
|ENT-108: Introduction to Heating and Cooling Codes||2.00|
|ENT-109: HVAC Installation and Start-Up||2.00|
|ENT-113: Refrigeration Technology||4.00|
|ENT-119: Air Conditioning Technology||4.00|
|ENT-141: Power Engineering I Energy Conversion Fundamentals||2.00|
|ENT-212: Commercial Heating||3.00|
|ENT-216: Light Commercial Refrigeration||3.00|
|ENT-219: RACH Light Commercial Systems||3.00|
|MFMT-241: Power Engineering/Refrigeration License Review||5.00|
|TAFD-117: Industrial Computer Applications||3.00|
Instrumentation: Complete courses based on specific company RTI
Optional: Complete courses based on specific company RTI
RTI (Related Training Instruction)
Employer specific document that details HFC courses needed to meet employer knowledge and skill requirements and fulfills HFC degree or certificate requirements.