Air Conditioning, Heating and Refrigeration Technology A.A.S.
60 Semester Credit Hours; Curriculum: 0060
Note: Refer to IAI General Education Courses page for guidelines on General Education course selection.
|General Education Requirements|
|Area A - Communications|
|EGL 101||Composition I||3|
|Select one of the following:||3|
|Introduction to Business and Technical Writing (recommended)|
|Technical Writing Applications|
|Area B - Mathematics|
|MAT 114||Applied Mathematics I (both courses recommended)||3|
|or MAT 116||Applied Mathematics II|
|Area C - Science|
|No courses needed||0|
|Area D - Social and Behavioral Sciences|
|Select One course from a social or behavioral science discipline||3|
|Area E - Humanities/Fine Arts|
|Select course from a humanities or fine arts discipline||3|
|Area F - Global Studies 1|
|One course that satisfies Global Studies requirement||0-3|
|Area G - U.S. Diversity Studies 2|
|One course that satisfies U.S. Diversity Studies requirement||0-3|
|Other General Education credits: Additional credits from Areas B, C, D, E, F or G if needed to meet 18-credit-hour minimum||0-3|
Students may take a Global Studies course that satisfies both Area F and another Area requirement.
Students may take a U.S. Diversity course that satisfies both Area G and another Area requirement.
|AHR 101||Introduction to Air Conditioning and Refrigeration||4|
|AHR 104||Introduction to Electricity and Automatic Controls||4|
|AHR 105||EPA Section 608 Certification||1|
|AHR 201||Commercial Refrigeration Systems||4|
|AHR 202||Air Conditioning II – Split System||4|
|AHR 203||Heating and Air Conditioning Load Calculations||3|
|AHR 208||Advanced Automatic Controls||4|
|FME 240||Energy Management and DDC Controls||3|
|PHY 101||Applied Physics||4|
|Select courses from the following to complete the 60-credit-hour required total: 1||7-8|
Additional AHR courses
|Introduction to Facilities Management and Engineering|
|Blueprint Reading for Building Trades|
The number of credits required will vary depending on courses taken in the General Education requirements.