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hvac schoolsAre you looking for a rewarding and well paying career? Are you interested in earning your degree in Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning Technology? An degree in HVAC technology prepares the student to design, maintain and repair air conditioning systems in both commercial and private settings. To accommodate this growing industry, many schools offer course work both in the classroom and online.

A degree in HVAC technology covers the training and skills necessary to obtain a position as an air conditioning or heating technician at an entry level. Students will learn concepts such as air quality, air flow, thermal comfort, temperature control, air distribution and standards according to ASHREA, the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers. Courses may also include electronics and job safety. Even if you are already working full-time, distance learning and online classes designed to fit even the busiest schedule are available. Typically, HVAC colleges require interested applicants to have a high school diploma or a GED. SAT or ACT scores are not required by most HVAC colleges for admission in a two year HVAC program.

How much time will you have to put in to get your degree? What kind of courses can you expect to take? Ninety hours of course work is required by most HVAC schools before students earn a degree. In addition to the HVAC related classes, most HVAC schools will require some general course requirements in the subjects of math, English, social science and natural science. Courses related to the field will include such subjects as:

Air conditioning systems-basics through advanced
Basic electricity
Compressors
Duct work
Motors
Meter usage
Troubleshooting

Is going to an HVAC college worth your time? Yes, it certainly is! Employers in the HVAC industry are much more likely to hire applicants that have been through an HVAC college program. Obtaining your degree makes you more employable in a tough job market. Manufacturers of HVAC equipment hire HVAC college graduates as maintenance and repair technicians or installers. The average salary for an HVAC technician is $40.000.00. An HVAC college program can be your gateway to a rewarding and in demand career.

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