Stationary Steam

Program Info

Effective Term
Winter 2019
Year Established
Program Code
Degree Type
Certificate of Achievement

Program Description


Provides refrigeration and steam study, information and review of the fundamentals of refrigeration thermodynamics, refrigerants, metering devices, refrigeration system components, refrigeration system operation for ammonia and other refrigerants and refrigeration system operation and maintenance is included with refrigeration. Boilers, basic thermodynamics, boiler operation & maintenance, boiler and plant efficiency and emissions control, pump, auxiliaries, power plant accessories, turbines, engines, electrical, compressors, internal combustion engines, and power plant equipment.

Program Learning Outcomes

Upon successful completion of this program, students should be able to:

  1. Solve work related problems using math skills.
  2. Communicate ideas and information effectively (both written and orally).
  3. Identify electrical circuits, components, and symbols.
  4. Demonstrate application of mechanical power transfer though hydraulic, pneumatic, and mechanical systems.
  5. Demonstrate application of boilers, refrigeration, heating and cooling systems.
  6. Identify multiple job-related environmental, safety, and ergonomic applied principles.
  7. Utilize digital literacy.

Admission Requirements

Additional Program Requirements

Complete a minimum of 38 credits and all required courses in your specialization.

Program Requirements


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.

Minimum Total Credit Hours