Heating and Air Conditioning
The Heating and Air Conditioning program is designed to provide classroom and shop learning experiences. Students gain the knowledge to become proficient in the theory and service of domestic environmental, and comfort conditioning equipment.
Students are trained in basic electricity, electric and electronic controls, fossil fuel heating process and equipment, air cooling and refrigeration theory and equipment, fabrication and installation of sheet metal, heat pump theory and equipment, and electric heat theory and equipment. They also examine the theory of the solar heating process.
Experience and Training
The Heating and Air Conditioning's eight-week employment experience allows students to gain real work experience on-site at an employer. This ensures that the students gain the skills they need to succeed on the job.
Hawkeye Community College has a block articulation with the University of Northern Iowa to transfer general education and technical credits. For more information, contact a program advisor.
Buchanan Hall 103
Bremer Hall 146-A
Butler Hall 104-A