Air Cond & Refrigeration Tech (601)

601-110 Air Conditioning Fundamentals

Air Conditioning Fundamentals is a course designed to teach the principles of operation of commercial and residential air conditioning systems as encountered in the HVAC/R servicing and installation business. This course is almost entirely theory with some laboratory covering the use of measuring instruments during operation of HVAC/R systems. All aspects of safety will be emphasized and reviewed throughout the course.

Aid Code: 10 - Associate Degree.
Credits: 3

601-111 Print Reading and Code

HVAC print reading is analyzed in relation to each of the curriculum’s systems: heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration. The students will be able to understand, recognize and apply symbols and specifications pertaining to each system as they are explained so that they can be followed in the system’s installation and repair. Overview of National Codes and Standards will be discussed and reviewed.

Aid Code: 10 - Associate Degree.
Credits: 2

601-112 ACR Piping Practices

Students will examine and use the fundamental tools, equipment, and procedures used in pipefitting in this course. Matching system components and making proper connections are studied, planned, and practiced. Applications to domestic water distribution and hot water production will be reviewed. The student will also be introduced to duct work fabrication.

Aid Code: 10 - Associate Degree.
Credits: 2
Pre-requisites: (601-121)

601-113 Refrigerant Recovery, Evacuation and Charging Methods

Students in this course will define, explain and analyze refrigerant recovery, recycle, and reclaim operations. Students will gain hands-on experience and practice in the installation, service, and repair of all HVAC and refrigeration systems as it pertains to EPA industry guidelines for recovery, recycle and reclaim operations.

Aid Code: 10 - Associate Degree.
Credits: 2

601-114 Industrial Comp Exam Review

This course will be a comprehensive review of all applications and experiences from HVAC two year program at BTC. Students will engage in discussion and take practice exams that will enable them to hone their skills and knowledge in preparation for the Industrial HVAC Comprehensive Licensing Exam.

Aid Code: 10 - Associate Degree.
Credits: 1

601-115 Electrical Fundamentals

A sound electrical background is essential in order to become a successful HVAC/R technician. Electrical Fundamentals provides experience with electrical theories, circuits, devices, and equipment. This is a combination lecture/lab course involving hands on experience with HVAC/R electrical components.There will also be an introduction to electrical diagram reading and drawing along with computer-aided tutorials. Electrical safety will be thoroughly discussed and reviewed during the course.

Aid Code: 10 - Associate Degree.
Credits: 3

601-116 Air Conditioning Fundamentals for HVAC/R

A/C Safety, Tools, Thermal Dynamics HVAC Terminology examines air conditioning safety, tools, thermal dynamics, terminology and math principles encountered in the HVAC/R industry.

Aid Code: 10 - Associate Degree.
Credits: 1

601-117 Air Conditioning Fundamentals HVAC/R 2

A/C Components, Refrigeration Cycle and Refrigeration Gauges examines matter and energy, introduces and analyzes the refrigeration cycle, examines refrigeration applied to air conditioning and teaches the installation of a refrigeration manifold gauge set on an operating residential split system.

Aid Code: 10 - Associate Degree.
Credits: 1
Co-requisites: (601-116)

601-118 Air Conditioning Fundamentals HVAC/R 3

Air Conditioning Fundamentals for HVAC/R 3 examines indoor air quality, introduces the has students practice using a psychrometeric chart,and examines air distribution of commercial and residential air conditioning systems as encountered in the HVAC/R servicing and installation business.

Aid Code: 10 - Associate Degree.
Credits: 1
Co-requisites: (601-117)

601-121 Electrical Fundamentals for HVAC/R 1

Electrical Safety, Meter Usage and Ohm's Law examines electrical safety in HVAC/R, analyzes atomic structure and introduces electrical quantities. In addition, Ohm’s Law formulas are introduced and utilized in lab activities that examine a simple series circuit. Electrical diagram reading and drawing will be integrated into the lab activities. This is a combination lecture/lab course involving hands on experience with basic electrical circuits.

Aid Code: 10 - Associate Degree.
Credits: 1

601-122 Electrical Fundamentals for HVAC/R 2

Parallel Circuits, Combination Circuits and Capacitors examines Ohm's Law as it relates to parallel circuits and combination circuits. Electrical diagram reading and drawing will be integrated into the parallel and combination circuit lab activities. Capacitors will also be introduced in application and function. This is a combination lecture/lab course involving hands on experience with parallel, combination circuits, in-line ammeter usage and capacitor testing.

Aid Code: 10 - Associate Degree.
Credits: 1
Co-requisites: (601-121)

601-123 Electrical Fundamentals for HVAC/R 3

Electrical Services, Wire Sizing and Electrical Diagrams examines electrical service, voltage systems and wire sizing. The effects of inductance and capacitance on an electric circuit will also be analyzed. In addition, electrical symbols and diagrams utilized in the HVAC/R industry will be analyzed through hands-on lab experiences.

Aid Code: 10 - Associate Degree.
Credits: 1
Co-requisites: (601-122)

601-125 Computerized (HVAC/R) Design

In this course, instruction will be given in blueprint reading and drawing of mechanical systems. Outlays of various heating and cooling systems in relation to architectural buildings are used. Proper mechanical schematic, isometric piping and flow diagrams are discussed and drawn. In addition, computer software is utilized to calculate heat loss and heat gains on residential and commercial buildings.

Aid Code: 10 - Associate Degree.
Credits: 3

601-126 Refrigeration Fundamentals

This course will study the function and operation of the basic components in the refrigeration cycle along with learning the use of service tools the HVAC/R technician will utilize on the job. Refrigeration Fundamentals is a combination lecture/lab course in which the students will be able to apply theory to the lab using actual HVAC/R equipment. Computer simulators will be introduced as teaching aids. On the job and lab safety will be emphasized.

Aid Code: 10 - Associate Degree.
Credits: 2

601-127 Computerized HVAC/R Design

In this course, instruction will be given in blueprint reading and drawing of mechanical systems. Outlays of various heating and cooling systems in relation to architectural buildings are used. Proper mechanical schematic, isometric piping and flow diagrams are discussed and drawn. In addition, computer software is utilized to calculate heat loss and heat gains on residential and commercial buildings.

Aid Code: 10 - Associate Degree.
Credits: 2

601-128 Print Reading and Code 1

This course will cover print reading and standards relevant to the installation and service of residential and light commercial HVAC systems. This course is an Online course. Classroom attendance is not necessary but you can use the computers in the classroom during open lab hours. In addition, paper prints are available in the classroom if you prefer.

Aid Code: 10 - Associate Degree.
Credits: 1

601-129 Print Reading and Code 2

This course continues to analyze the codes from prints, taking into consideration specific and unique building codes and standards relevant to the installation and service of residential and light commercial HVAC Systems.

Aid Code: 10 - Associate Degree.
Credits: 1

601-130 Heating Systems

This course involves instruction and laboratory work on hydronic and steam systems. Students will be able to design, install, start-up and service gas and oil fired systems. This course is a combination of classroom presentation and lab.

Aid Code: 10 - Associate Degree.
Credits: 3

601-131 Refrigeration Fundamentals 1

This course will provide students with the opportunity to practice accessing sealed air-conditioning and refrigeration units utilizing a manifold gauge set. Additionally, students will practice testing and troubleshooting compressors and condensers.

Aid Code: 10 - Associate Degree.
Credits: 1
Co-requisites: 601-117

601-132 Refrigeration Fundamentals 2

Evaporators, Metering Devices and Accessories will examine the process and tools required to gain access to a sealed system and develop a better understanding of the system metering devices and evaporations.

Aid Code: 10 - Associate Degree.
Credits: 1
Co-requisites: (601-131)

601-133 Computerized HVAC/R Design 1

Heat Transfer Principles and Manual J teaches the fundamentals of heat transfer through different types of construction materials. Students will perform residential load calculations using ACCA Manual J8ae and computerized ACCA load calculation spread sheets.

Aid Code: 10 - Associate Degree.
Credits: 1

601-134 Computerized HVAC/R Design 2

Wrightsoft Load Calculations and RESCheck utilizes Wrightsoft to perform residential and commercial load calculations and duct sizing. In addition, RESCheck will be analyzed and applied to check structures code conformity for heat loss. The student will develop an understanding of energy conservation through the appropriate analysis and application of size and selection of HVAC equipment.

Aid Code: 10 - Associate Degree.
Credits: 1

601-135 Motors and Motor Controls

This course is designed to give the student an understanding of the operation of various types of control devices and how combinations of these devices can be applied and varied to secure the desired conditions in heating and cooling systems. Students will interpret and draw in depth wiring diagrams using actual HVAC/R equipment. Computers will also be utilized in the studying of wiring diagrams. This course is mostly application oriented, with a review of electrical theory and safety.

Aid Code: 10 - Associate Degree.
Credits: 3
Pre-requisites: (601-123)

601-136 Motors and Motor Controls 1

Split Phase Motor Identification, Testing and Replacement is designed to examine motor identification, motor troubleshooting procedures and fan motor replacement. This course also reviews the basics of electrical theory and safety.

Aid Code: 10 - Associate Degree.
Credits: 1
Pre-requisites: 601-122

601-137 Motors and Motor Controls 2

Variable Speed Motors, Current Relays, Potential Relays and PTC Relays examines how to wire and troubleshoot single phase motor starting components. In addition, students test the operation of ECM motors.

Aid Code: 31 - One-year Technical Diploma.
Credits: 1
Co-requisites: (601-136)

601-138 Motors and Motor Controls 3

Transformers, Contactors, Relays and Motor Starters will introduce students to transformers, contactors, relays and motor starters. Students will gain hands-on experience through the application and analysis of wired lab boards and testing on HVAC/R equipment.

Aid Code: 10 - Associate Degree.
Credits: 1
Co-requisites: 601-136

601-140 Control Circuit Applications

This course is designed to teach systems application of electrical controls in the HVAC/R field. Control Circuit Applications will continue to emphasize the understanding of wiring diagrams along with troubleshooting controls, mechanical and electro-mechanical controls, electronic control circuits, and HVAC/R control applications. This course is a combination of lab and theory.

Aid Code: 10 - Associate Degree.
Credits: 3
Pre-requisites: (601-135)

601-141 Heating Systems 1

Gas Pipe Sizing, Gas Regulators and Gas Valves will examine the principles of natural gas heat as applied to residential heating systems. In addition, the student will apply proper gas piping techniques and will gas pipe a residential furnace. Testing/adjusting gas pressure on gas regulators and gas valves will also be analyzed and completed.

Aid Code: 10 - Associate Degree.
Credits: 1

601-142 Heating Systems 2

Residential Gas Furnaces will study gas heating operating and safety controls. Testing of these controls on residential and light commercial heating systems will be practiced and applied.

Aid Code: 10 - Associate Degree.
Credits: 1
Co-requisites: (601-141)

601-143 Heating Systems 3

Electric Heat and Air-to-Air Residential Heat Pump Systems will teach esidential clean/tunes, the operation and testing of electric baseboard heating systems and split system air to air residential heat pumps with electric heat.

Aid Code: 10 - Associate Degree.
Credits: 1
Co-requisites: (601-142)

601-145 Heating Systems Applications

Heating System Applications covers the operation, maintenance and service of gas, propane and oil fired heating equipment. In addition, this class will also cover the operation and service procedure for heat pumps. This course is a balance of theory and application.

Aid Code: 10 - Associate Degree.
Credits: 3
Pre-requisites: (601-130)

601-146 ACR Piping Practices 1

Flaring, Swagging and Soldering Copper Pipe utilizes safe copper piping industry skills.Students will learn to use tools to cut, ream, flare, bend and anneal copper pipe to specifications.Copper piping assemblies will be measured and cut to specifications and soldered in a variety of orientations to simulate a variety of real life applications.

Aid Code: 10 - Associate Degree.
Credits: 1

601-147 ACR Piping Practices 2

Air Acetylene and Oxy-Acetylene Brazing Copper Pipe has students measure and cut copper pipe to specifications and braze in a variety of orientations to simulate a variety of real life applications utilizing both air acetylene and oxy-acetylene.

Aid Code: 10 - Associate Degree.
Credits: 1

601-148 Refrigeration Recovery, Evacuation and Charging Methods 1

Refrigeration Recovery, Deep Evacuation and Charging of Residential, Light Commercial, Geothermal and Ice Machine Equipment has students recover refrigerant from a cylinder, residential split system, light commercial package gas/electric system, geothermal heat pump and an ice machine. After the refrigerant is recovered the student will perform a deep evacuation on the system.After the appropriate evacuation level is achieved, the student will utilize the manufacturer’s literature and charge the system with the correct amount of refrigerant. Refrigerant handling and safety will be enforced in the lab.

Aid Code: 10 - Associate Degree.
Credits: 1
Co-requisites: 601-132

601-149 Refrigeration Recovery, Evacuation and Charging Methods 2

Refrigeration Recovery, Triple Evacuation and Charging of Heat Pumps and Refrigeration Equipment and EPA Test will have the student recover refrigerant from a residential split heat pump system, a mini-split heat pump system, a walk-in cooler system and a reach-in frozen food system.After the refrigerant is recovered the student will perform a triple evacuation on the system.After the appropriate evacuation level is achieved, the student will utilize the manufacturer’s literature and charge the system with the correct amount of refrigerant. After the student has mastered the skills of recovery, evacuation,and charging the EPA Section 608 test will be administered.Refrigerant handling and safety will be enforced in the lab.

Aid Code: 10 - Associate Degree.
Credits: 1
Co-requisites: (601-148)

601-150 Air Conditioning Applications

This course includes the installation and service of air conditioning systems, including types of fan systems, duct service techniques, load calculating and estimating and air and fluid measurements. This course is a combination of classroom presentation and lab.

Aid Code: 10 - Associate Degree.
Credits: 3
Pre-requisites: (601-110)

601-151 Air Conditioning Applications 1

Residential Split and Light Commercial Package Gas/Electric Cooling Applications provides the student with hands-on servicing experience of window air conditioners, residential split systems, packaged light commercial air conditioners.

Aid Code: 10 - Associate Degree.
Credits: 1
Co-requisites: (601-132) and (601-138)

601-152 Air Conditioning Applications 2

Residential Air-to-Air and Geothermal Heat Pump Systems Cooling Applications provides students with hands-on servicing experience of air-to-air heat pumps, geothermal heat pumps and water cooled unitary cooling systems.

Aid Code: 10 - Associate Degree.
Credits: 1
Co-requisites: (601-132) and (601-138)

601-153 Air Conditioning Applications 3

Commercial - Package, Split DX and Chilled Water A/C Applications provides students with hands-on servicing experience on high efficiency packaged commercial air conditioners, commercial split systems and water to air commercial chiller systems.

Aid Code: 10 - Associate Degree.
Credits: 1
Co-requisites: (601-132) and (601-138)

601-155 Refrigeration Applications

This course involves servicing of commercial refrigeration systems using meters and service tools. Studies and calculations are made of commercial refrigeration systems, along with the design and selection of equipment. Refrigeration Applications is primarily hands on with some theory.

Aid Code: 10 - Associate Degree.
Credits: 3
Pre-requisites: (601-120 or 601-126)

601-156 Control Circuit Applications 1

Refrigeration and HVAC Temperature Control Systems tests the operation of transformers, capacitors, relays, contactors and motor starters on HVAC/R systems. In addition, wiring diagrams will be created from circuit descriptions for temperature controls, solenoids, thermostats and defrost clocks. The wiring diagrams will be used to wire these components on lab boards. Testing of temperature controls, solenoids, thermostats and defrost clocks and on actual equipment will be performed as well.

Aid Code: 10 - Associate Degree.
Credits: 1
Co-requisites: 601-138

601-157 Control Circuit Applications 2

Refrigeration and A/C Control Systems is designed to teach the applications of the high pressure control, low pressure control and oil pressure safety control on a refrigeration system. Students will draw the pictorial and schematic wiring diagrams for the recycling and non-recycling pump down circuit.In addition, the student will wire and test pump down controls on lab boards and test the pump down control system on a reach-in frozen food system. Finally, the students will test the operation of the KE2 energy management refrigeration pump down control system utilizing the front end controller and internet-based control system.

Aid Code: 10 - Associate Degree.
Credits: 1
Co-requisites: (601-156)

601-158 Control Circuit Applications 3

Heating and Package Gas/Electric Control Systems teaches gas heating control system and package gas electric control systems. Students will test the control system operation on direct fired residential furnaces.In addition, students will wire and est indirect ignition control systems on lab boards and on heating systems.Finally students will test the control system on a package gas/electric package unit.

Aid Code: 10 - Associate Degree.
Credits: 1
Co-requisites: 601-142

601-160 Hydronic Systems

This course involves instruction and laboratory work on hydronic and steam systems. Students will be able to design, install, start-up and service gas and oil fired systems. This course is a combination of classroom presentation and lab.

Aid Code: 10 - Associate Degree.
Credits: 3
Pre-requisites: (601-130)

601-161 Advanced Compressors, Condensers, Metering Devices, and Evaporators

Advanced Compressors, Condensers, Metering Devices, and Evaporators examines cylinder handling safety and refrigerant safety. In addition,refrigeration service valves will be adjusted and set to achieve gauge readings and to pump down a system.Air conditioning and refrigeration evaporators and condensers will be tested under various load conditions.Advanced compressor and metering device applications will also be tested.

Aid Code: 10 - Associate Degree.
Credits: 1
Co-requisites: (601-132) and (601-138)

601-162 Refrigeration Applications 2

Walk-in Coolers/Freezers and Reach-in Freezers teaches students to test the operation of reach-in freezers and walk-in freezers. Through hands-on lab activities, students will review the refrigeration fundamentals and apply these to fix and troubleshoot operation of varying units.

Aid Code: 10 - Associate Degree.
Credits: 1
Co-requisites: 601-161

601-163 Refrigeration Applications 3

Students in this course will test the operation of cube and flake ice machines. Through hands-on lab activities, students will review the refrigeration fundamentals and apply these to fix and troubleshoot operation of varying units.

Aid Code: 10 - Associate Degree.
Credits: 1
Co-requisites: 601-161

601-165 Electronic Energy Management Systems

Major types of automatic electrical control systems are described and compared. Programs, sensing and control points, signal transmission and processing, and other peripheral equipment which make up a complete building monitoring and control automation system are also explored. Students will be able to utilize computer controls either on the HVAC/R equipment or at a computer station to evaluate equipment operation. This course is a mixture of lecture along with some lab work.

Aid Code: 10 - Associate Degree.
Credits: 3
Pre-requisites: (601-140) and (804-308 or 804-114)

601-166 Electronic Energy Management Systems 1

Residential, Light Commercial Package Gas/Electric and Refrigeration Control Systems covers the advanced control circuit applications applied to residential split systems, package gas/electric systems and refrigerated fixtures with remote condensing units. In addition, an E2 system controlling a reach-in frozen food case will be programmed and tested.

Aid Code: 10 - Associate Degree.
Credits: 1
Co-requisites: (601-158)

601-167 Electronic Energy Management Systems 2

Commercial Package Gas/Electric BAS has students test the operation of Trane Precedent and Voyager Constant Volume RTUs through the Trane SC energy management system. In addition, the Lennox Prodigy system will be tested and results analyzed on a RTU.

Aid Code: 10 - Associate Degree.
Credits: 1
Co-requisites: (601-158)

601-168 Electronic Energy Management Systems 3

Commercial Split and Geothermal BAS will have the KE2 Low Temp + Defrost control system tested. In addition,Trane SC control of a commercial air handler with a DX split system and an in-line duct furnace supplying air to zoned re-heat boxes will be tested. Also a commercial air handler with a chiller and chilled water coil, a hydronic boiler and hot water coil hot with zoned water re-heat coils will be tested. Finally, the Trane SC wireless energy management system controlling the operation of the geothermal heat pumps will be tested.

Aid Code: 10 - Associate Degree.
Credits: 1
Co-requisites: (601-158)

601-170 Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration (HVAC/R) Service Internship

Students will have the opportunity to apply their classroom experience on the job. Local HVAC/R contractors have shown great interest in the program and are willing to accept students for internship. Internship time can be accrued throughout the two-year program to achieve a total of 108 hours.

Aid Code: 10 - Associate Degree.
Credits: 3

601-171 HVAC Installation 1

Residential Split System Gas and Refrigeration Pipe Installation teaches the student to install black gas pipe and ACR piping on a split residential system. The student will perform basic residential load calculation and duct sizing using industry standard software. The student will use information gathered to select the correct HVAC system for the application. The student will install a gas fired furnace along with a condensing unit, evaporator, gas piping and refrigeration piping.

Aid Code: 10 - Associate Degree.
Credits: 1
Co-requisites: (601-141) and (601-147)

601-172 HVAC Installation 2

In Residential Split System Duct and Controls System Installation and Start-up students will be involved in the fabrication and installation of duct work on a residential furnace. In addition, a zoning control system will be installed by students and start up tests will be performed per manufacturers' instruction.

Aid Code: 10 - Associate Degree.
Credits: 1
Co-requisites: (601-171)

601-173 HVAC Installation 3

In Split Refrigeration System Installation students will be involved in piping, wiring and starting-up of a refrigeration pump down system. The system tests will be performed and checked by students using industry standards.

Aid Code: 10 - Associate Degree.
Credits: 1
Co-requisites: (601-157) and (601-147)

601-175 Servicing, Troubleshooting Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Equipment

Various methods of troubleshooting and servicing of HVAC/R systems are studied. Utilizing manufacturer's guidelines and service tools, the student will demonstrate customer relations, mechanical aptitude and bookkeeping skills that are essential to becoming a well rounded service technician. The students will also perform computer simulated service calls to reinforce knowledge. This class is almost entirely hands on.

Aid Code: 10 - Associate Degree.
Credits: 3
Pre-requisites: (601-140) and (601-150) and (601-155)

601-176 Heating Systems Applications 1

Residential Oil Heat, Duel Fuel Systems and Two Stage Heat Pump Heating Applications teaches residential oil furnaces, dual fuel heating systems and residential 2 stage heat pumps.Students will be introduced to the various components that make up these systems and will be able to troubleshoot, maintain and service this equipment per manufacturer’s instructions.

Aid Code: 10 - Associate Degree.
Credits: 1
Co-requisites: (601-142)

601-177 Heating Systems Applications 2

Mini-Split, Light Commercial Gas/Electric Package and Unit Heater Heating Applications teaches mini-split heat pump systems, gas fired unit heaters and light commercial gas/electric systems. Students will be introduced to the various components that make up these systems and will be able to troubleshoot, maintain and service this equipment per manufacturer’s instructions.

Aid Code: 10 - Associate Degree.
Credits: 1
Co-requisites: (601-142)

601-178 Heating Systems Applications 3

Commercial-Package Gas/Electric , Hydronic and In-Line Duct Heating Applications teaches commercial package gas/electric systems. This class will also instruct commercial air handlers with in-line duct furnace and electric zone re-heat VAVS.Finally students will receive instruction on commercial air handlers with hydronic heat and hot water VAV re-heat coils. Students will be introduced to the various components that make up these systems and will be able to troubleshoot, maintain and service this equipment per manufacturer’s instructions.

Aid Code: 10 - Associate Degree.
Credits: 1
Co-requisites: (601-142)

601-180 Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration (HVAC/R) Installation

This course involves installing, starting up and maintaining a gas fired furnace with a central air conditioning system. The learner will begin by performing a residential load calculation and duct sizing using industry standard software. The information gathered from the load sizing software will then be used to select the correct HVAC system for the application. The student will then install the gas fired furnace along with the condensing unit, evaporator, ductwork, gas piping, refrigeration piping and control system. This course is almost entirely hands-on.

Aid Code: 10 - Associate Degree.
Credits: 3
Pre-requisites: (601-120 or 601-126) and (601-130)

601-181 Hydronic Systems 1

Hydronic Systems Theory involves instruction on system design of hydronic and steam systems. Students will be able to distinguish the differences between systems and have an understanding of the different applications for each system.

Aid Code: 10 - Associate Degree.
Credits: 1
Co-requisites: (601-142)

601-182 Hydronic Systems Design and Mechanical Installation

In Hydronic Systems Design and Mechanical Installation, students engage in system installation on hydronic and steam systems. Students prepare and install the systems they designed in Hydronic Systems Theory.

Aid Code: 10 - Associate Degree.
Credits: 1
Co-requisites: (601-143) and (601-146) and (601-181)

601-183 Hydronic Systems 3

Hydronic Systems Controls and Start-up has students install a zone control system on a hydronic system and perform a system start-up.

Aid Code: 10 - Associate Degree.
Credits: 1
Co-requisites: (601-182)

601-185 Service and Troubleshooting HVAC/R 2

This course is a continuation of Service and Troubleshooting HVAC/R 1. Students will continue to apply various methods of troubleshooting and servicing of HVAC/R systems. Utilizing manufacturer's guidelines and service tools, the student navigate customer relations, display mechanical aptitude and demonstrate bookkeeping skills that are essential to becoming a well rounded service technician.

Aid Code: 10 - Associate Degree.
Credits: 1
Co-requisites: (601-143) and (601-153) and (601-158) and (601-163)

601-186 Service and Troubleshooting HVAC/R 3

This course is a continuation of Service and Troubleshooting HVAC/R 2. Students will continue to analyze and troubleshoot issues while servicing HVAC/R systems. Utilizing manufacturer's guidelines and service tools, the student navigate customer relations, display mechanical aptitude and demonstrate bookkeeping skills that are essential to becoming a well rounded service technician.

Aid Code: 10 - Associate Degree.
Credits: 1
Co-requisites: (601-143) and (601-153) and (601-158) and (601-163)

601-187 Industrial Competency Exam Preparation

Students engage in a comprehensive review of all applications and experiences from program courses. Students will engage in discussion and take practice exams that will enable them to hone their skills and knowledge in preparation for the Industrial HVAC Comprehensive Licensing Exam.

Aid Code: 10 - Associate Degree.
Credits: 1
Co-requisites: (601-143) and (601-153) and (601-158) and (601-163)