Environmental control programs can lead to a certificate or a degree and teach students how to troubleshoot and repair HVAC components.
Students who are interested in pursuing careers as HVAC technicians can find noteworthy programs at Lewis-Clark State College, the State University of New York College of Technology in Canton, the New York City College of Technology and the City College of San Francisco. Each of these programs provides comprehensive training in the field. Additional attributes include specialization options, top-notch facilities and external support offerings.
Lewis-Clark State College in Lewiston, ID
|School Highlight: The school offers two technical-professional divisions, in Business Technology & Service and Technical & Industrial.|
Lewis-Clark offers an Associate of Applied Science and a Bachelor of Applied Science in Heating, Air Conditioning and Appliance Technology. Technical certificate programs are available with a concentration in appliance technology or HVAC technology.
SUNY College of Technology in Canton, NY
|School Highlight: Students can apply their certificate and associate program hours towards associate's and bachelor's degrees.|
For those interested in environmental control, the college offers a Certificate in Air Conditioning Maintenance and Repair, a Certificate in Heating and Plumbing Service and an Associate of Applied Science in Air Conditioning Engineering Technology.
CUNY - New York City College of Technology in New York, NY
|School Highlight: The college houses the Atrium Learning Center, where computer labs and workshops take place, in addition to student assistance.|
The New York City College of Technology, which is part of the City University of New York (CUNY) system, enrolls about 3200 students. The college offers an Associate in Applied Science in Environmental Control Technology and a Bachelor of Technology in Facilities Management.
City College of San Francisco in San Francisco, CA
|School Highlight: The Engineering and Technology Department awards annual scholarships to students in the certificate and associate degree programs.|
Through the Engineering and Technology Department at the City College of San Francisco, students can earn a certificate in Environmental Control Technology / HVAC. This program takes at least two semesters to complete and includes both classroom coursework and hands-on training in the field. An interdisciplinary Certificate in Sustainability is also available.
Top Environmental Control Schools
These schools also provide relevant environmental control training:
- The College of Southern Nevada in Las Vegas, NV offers certificate and associate's degree programs.
- Dunwoody College of Technology in Minneapolis, MN, offers certificate and associate's degree programs.
- Laney College in Oakland, CA, offers certificate and associate degree programs.
- Los Angeles Trade Technical College in Los Angeles, CA, offers full-time day and part-time night associate's degree programs.
- San Diego City College in San Diego, CA, offers an associate degree program and various certificate programs.
By earning a certificate or degree in environmental control, students can gain the technological expertise necessary to work with HVAC systems.