Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration - Industrial Trade (CVHVIT)
This program is being discontinued. Students currently enrolled need to complete it by the end of the Spring/Summer 2019 semester.
If you have questions about this program please contact a program advisor or contact a general student advisor.
This program is a capstone to HVAC-Residential Certification, and is designed for students who wish to develop skills in HVACR mechanics or installation. It prepares the student for industry-recognized certification (Commercial Industry Competency Exam) for entry-level employment in industrial heating, ventilation, and air conditioning. This program is designed to provide the student with theoretical and practical experiences in HVACR at the industrial level. Through intensive hands-on experiences, the student will develop knowledge and skills in sizing, layout, installation, maintenance, and troubleshooting HVACR equipment found in large buildings, industrial complexes, power plants, and other industrial settings.
Eastern Michigan University, several BS degrees.
Copies can be obtained from the Counseling Office, a program advisor, or from the Curriculum and Assessment Office Web site: www.wccnet.edu/curriculum/articulation/levelone/colleges
Students must complete the Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration Residential Certificate (CTHVRR).
- Adv Tech/Public Serv Careers
- Heating, Ventilation, A/C Dept
- Bradley Hoth
Requirements(Items marked in orange are available online.)
|HVA 204||Central Heating Plants||3|
|HVA 206||Central Cooling Plants||3|
|HVA 208||Codes and Industry Standards with Industrial ICE||3|
|HVA 201||Energy Audits||4|
|HVA 202||Air System Layout and Design||3|
- Total Credits Required
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