Air Conditioning and Refrigeration

Curriculum

Tuition and Fees

Gainful Employment
Disclosure
 

The air conditioning and refrigeration industry offers a bright future for people who wish to prepare for entry into this profession. This field includes sales, installation, maintenance, service and operation of equipment – not only in residential settings, but also in commerce and industry. The need for air conditioning and refrigeration service technicians will continue to expand with the growth of computer applications into the industrial fields. This program also places emphasis on "green technology" initiatives and incorporates an emphasis on PV arrays and wind turbines.

Arkansas Tech University-Ozark Campus offers a Technical Certificate in air conditioning and refrigeration (36 hours) and an Associate of Applied Science in General Technology with an option in air conditioning and refrigeration (60 hours) in a completely equipped shop. Students are required to take the EPA Certification Test. Students will sit for the industry competency HVAC Excellence Exam prior to graduation.

ACR

The Facilities Maintenance/Management program offers training in addition to the Air Conditioning and Refrigeration course work to enable graduates to pursue broader employment opportunities. Course work prepares students for careers in facilities and grounds maintenance fields. Students pursuing the Associate of Applied Science degree will be better prepared to pursue positions that will lead to promotion and management positions in the facilities and grounds maintenance fields. A Certificate of Proficiency in facilities maintenance is available and may be applied to the Technical Certificate and/or Associate of Applied Science degree.

 

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Program Chair

Kenneth Beeler
Air Conditioning Bldg.
(479) 508-3333
kbeeler@atu.edu


 

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