Environmental Control Technology is the study of the science, equipment and systems that are essential to creating and maintaining a comfortable indoor environment. Sophisticated air conditioning, heating and refrigeration systems are required to maintain the healthful indoor air quality that enables us to live and work in an urban setting, while conserving and utilizing energy resources wisely.
The Environmental Control Technology curriculum contains the theory, design and practical laboratory courses that enable our graduates to secure substantial employment immediately upon graduation and to continue their professional growth. They can continue their education to the baccalaureate level in the Facilities Management degree with no loss of credit, or elect to study for mechanical engineering degrees elsewhere.
Environmental Control Technology - HVAC (Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning)