In a state where record-breaking temps are the norm, some jobs always keep their cool. TSTC's HVAC Technology will teach you the knowledge you need for a successful career as an HVAC technician, including electricity and refrigeration principles, troubleshooting, and installation and repair of commercial and residential systems. And with faster than average job growth, this is a career is a solid bet.
While completing TSTC's HVAC program, you'll have access to our industry-standard labs on high efficiency commercial and residential heating and air conditioning equipment, heat pumps, commercial refrigeration equipment and a 200-ton chilled water system. You can choose from an associate of applied science degree, or opt for a quicker route into the workforce with a certificate. TSTC also offers vital testing for the EPA's certification required to work with refrigerant on the job, which will give students a critical advantage at hiring time.
Because this program may prepare you for an occupational license, click here to read additional information about HB1508 Occupational License Eligibility.