HVAC Schools in Tucson, AZ with Degree and Program Summaries

Oct 05, 2018

Tucson, AZ, Schools with HVAC Programs

Aspiring HVAC technicians have limited training and education opportunities in the Tucson, AZ, area. Located about eight miles from downtown Tucson, Pima Community College is the only not-for-profit school in the area that has an HVAC program. It offers an associate's degree program in building and construction technologies with a concentration in heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration (HVAC-R). This school has low tuition rates and open admissions.

This article looks at the school and at the program it offers. It also includes a table of information, such as school type, size, tuition, the availability of financial aid and the percentage of students who graduate on time. This data can be useful to individuals as they make a decision about their training.

School Information

An individual who is seeking a school for HVAC training needs to consider many types of information. This table compiles important facts about Pima Community College.

Pima Community College
School Type 2-year, public
Total Enrollment (2017) 24,347*
Campus Setting Large city
Tuition and Fees (2017-2018) $2,118 in-state; $7,434 out-of-state*
% of First-Year Students Receiving Any Form of Aid (2017) 67%*
Acceptance Rate (2017) N/A - Open admission
Retention Rate (2017) 64% for full-time students; 42% for part-time students*
Graduation Rate for Students Who Began in 2014 16% (22% transfer-out rate)*

Source: *NCES College Navigator

Pima Community College

Pima Community College offers a variety of career-training and transfer programs. In addition to concepts learned in class, the required core courses for this degree include an internship.

Associate of Applied Science in Building and Construction Technologies with a Concentration in HVAC-R Technician

Students can expect to complete required core and support courses, in addition to focus classes in residential/industrial HVAC, soldering/brazing, and building trades sustainability. Topics covered during the HVAC-R concentration include heating and cooling systems design, refrigeration systems, troubleshooting techniques, hydronic systems, compressors, related electronic controls and water treatment. In order to graduate from the HVAC-R concentration, students need to complete 63-65 credit hours of coursework.

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