This program prepares students to operate, maintain and manage multi-family residential buildings. Graduates can have careers as superintendents, directors of maintenance, maintenance mechanics, building managers, and building owners.
|Required In the Certificate:||Credits|
|ENVC 1110||Principles of Air Conditioning I||3|
|ENVC 1111||Air Conditioning Systems Laboratory I||3|
|ENVC 1120||HVAC Systems Graphics||2|
|Refrigeration Laboratory I||1|
ENVC1110, ENVC 1111, ENVC 2322²
|Air Conditioning Systems Laboratory II||1|
|Principles of Air Conditioning II||3|
ENVC 1110, ENVC 1120
|Air Conditioning System Design||3|
ENVC 2311, ENVC 2312
|Refrigeration Laboratory II||1|
|ENVC2 4xx||Elective³||Note 4|
Exemption from prerequisites by Environmental Control Technology Department permission. The department will evaluate the students work experience and other schooling such as seminars, military training, union and technical schools to determine if the ENVC 1100 level prerequisites can be taken concurrently with the upper level EC classes.
Prerequisite or Corequisite
ENVC 2421 Air Conditioning Systems Laboratory III or
ENVC 2436 HVAC Cost Estimating or
ENVC 2442 Principles of Environmental Protection or
ENVC 2452 Principles of Facility Energy Management
The prerequisite and corequisite requirements vary according to the course selected.