Offered at the Levelland Campus
The Heating, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Technology program is designed to train the student to install, service and repair residential and commercial heating and air conditioning for both domestic and commercial refrigeration units. Specific areas of training include refrigeration theory, piping procedures, electrical controls, service techniques, troubleshooting techniques, equipment selection and the installation and maintenance of most equipment, including heat pumps.
Students successfully completing the curriculum described below will meet all requirements for the Associate of Applied Science degree. To qualify for the A.A.S. degree, the student must complete a Capstone Experience in the final semester of the program. Optional plans for the Certificate of Proficiency are also offered.
The Heating, A/C, and Refrigeration Technology program prepares students in an occupation where industrial safety is a critical competency and will require all students to successfully complete a program specific safety examination prior to participating in laboratory activities. Safety examination includes written and practical “hands-on” preparation, demonstration, and safe operation of occupational processes and equipment.
Program advisor is Benny Morris, assistant professor of heating, air conditioning and refrigeration technology.
Associate of Applied Science Degree