3-D Design

Career Studies  (221-727-09)

PROGRAM OF STUDY 
FIRST YEAR FALL
Course # Course Title Credit
DRF 160 Blueprint Reading 3
DRF 200 Survey of Computer-Aided Drafting 4
DRF 298 Seminar and Project I 4

FIRST YEAR SPRING

     
DRF 233 Computer-Aided Drafting III 3
MEC 122 Desktop Manufacturing Techniques 3
Total Minimum Credits for Certificate 17

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Air Conditioning and Refrigeration

Career Studies (221-903-10)

PROGRAM OF STUDY
FIRST YEAR FALL 
Course # Course Title Credit
AIR 111 Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Controls I 3
AIR 121 Air Conditioning & Refrigeration I 4
FIRST YEAR SPRING
AIR 112 Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Controls II 3
AIR 154 Heating Systems I 3
ENE 230 Geothermal Applications I 4
Eligible for NCCER HVAC Level 1 Certification
Total Program Credits 17

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Air Conditioning and Refrigeration (Certificate)

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Certificate Air Conditioning & Refrigeration (903)

PROGRAM OF STUDY
FIRST YEAR FALL

Course # Course Title Credit  
AIR 111 Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Controls I 3  
AIR 121 Air Conditioning & Refrigeration I 4  
ELE 140 Basic Electricity & Machinery 4  
Eligible for NCCER Level 1 Electrical 
ELE 131 National Electric Code I 3  
BLD 110 Intro to Construction 3  
SDV 100 College Success Skills 1  
FIRST YEAR SPRING
AIR 112 Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Controls II 3  
AIR 154 Heating Systems I 3  
AIR 230 Geothermal Applications I 3  
ELE 156 Electrical Control Systems I 3  
ELE 110 Home Electric Power 3  
FIRST YEAR SUMMER
AIR 116 Duct Construction and Maintenance 2  
ENG 111 College Composition I  3  
AIR 281 Energy Management I  3  
Eligible for NCCER Level HVAC 1
    Social Science Elective 3  
MTH 103 Applied Technical Mathematics I 3  
Total Minimum Credits for Certificate 48  

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Building Construction – Electrical Emphasis

Career Studies Certificate (221-989-01)

PROGRAM OF STUDY
FIRST YEAR FALL
Course # Course Title Credit
SDV 100 College Success Skills 1
BLD 105 Shop Practices and Procedures 2
BLD 110 Introduction to Construction 3
MTH 111 Basic Technical Math 3
ENG 100 Basic Occupational English 3
FIRST YEAR SPRING
ELE 131 National Electric Code I  3
ELE 110 Home Electric Power 3
ELE 140 Basic Electricity and Machinery 4
Eligible for NCCER Construction Core and Electrical Level 1 Certification
Total Minimum Credits for Certificate 22

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Construction

Career Studies (221-989-10)

PROGRAM OF STUDY
FIRST YEAR FALL
Course # Course Title Credit
ITE 100 Introduction to Information Systems 3
MTH 111 Basic Technical Math 3
SDV 100 College Success Skills 1
BLD 105 Shop Practices & Procedures 2
BLD 110 Introduction to Construction 3
FIRST YEAR SPRING
ENG 100 or 111 Basic Occupational English or English Composition  3
BLD 195 Topics — Communication & Employability 1
Eligible for NCCER Construction Core Certification
BLD 195 Topics in Construction 3
BLD 295 Topics in Construction 3
BLD 197 Cooperative Education 3
Total Program Credits 25

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Electricity

Career Studies (221-941-01)

PROGRAM OF STUDY
FIRST YEAR FALL
Course # Course Title Credit
BLD 110 Introduction to Construction 3
Eligible for NCCER Construction Core Certification
ELE 131 National Electric Code I 3
ELE 140 Basic Electrical Machinery 4
ELE 156 Electrical Control Systems 3
FIRST YEAR SPRING
ELE 110 Home Electric Power 3
Eligible for NCCER Electrical Level 1 Certification
    Technical Elective 3
Total Minimum Credits for Certificate 19

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Energy Technology

 

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Energy Technology (820)

PROGRAM OF STUDY
FIRST YEAR FALL

Course #

Course Title

Credit

AIR

121

Air Conditioning & Refrigeration I

4

ITE

119

Information Literacy

3

ELE

131

National Electrical Code I

3

ELE

140

Basic Electrical Machinery

4

Students are eligible for NCCER Level I Electrical 

SDV

100

College Success Skills

1

FIRST YEAR SPRING

ENG

111

College Composition

3

ELE

132

National Electrical Code II

3

ELE

156

Electrical Control Systems

3

ENE

230

Geothermal Applications

4

MTH

111

Basic Technical Mathematics I

3

HLT

105

CPR

1

SECOND YEAR FALL

AIR

281

Energy Management I

3

AIR

205

Hydronic and Zoning

4

ENE

110

Solar Power Installations

4

AIR 

282

Energy Management II

2

Students are eligible for Building Performance Institute Level 1

ENE

105

Solar Thermal Active and Passive Technology

4

SECOND YEAR SPRING

IND

137

Team Concepts and Problem Solving

3

ELE

239

Programmable Controllers

3

ELE

298

Seminar & Project

3

PHY

131

Applied Physics

3

   

Social Science Elective

3

   

Humanities Elective

3

Total Program Credits

67

 *Please consult with your advisor on the availability of courses and possible prerequisites and course substitutions.

Energy Technology – HVAC Emphasis

Career Studies (221-820-06)

PROGRAM OF STUDY
FIRST YEAR FALL
Course # Course Title Credit
SDV 100 College Success Skills 1
ENE 230 Geothermal Applications 4
ENE 105 Solar Thermal Active and Passive Technology 4
AIR 205 Hydronic and Zoning 4
AIR 281 Energy Management I 3
FIRST YEAR SPRING
MTH 111 Basic Technical Mathematics  3
ELE 140 Basic Electrical Machinery 4
AIR 282 Energy Management II 2
Total Program Credits 25

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