Students pursuing their degree in Commercial Refrigeration/HVAC at NTC have the opportunity to work with state-of-the-art equipment on campus and in the field.
The 60-credit diploma combines courses from the college’s current Plumbing/HVAC and Electrical Construction & Maintenance programs with a 15-credit block of new Commercial Refrigeration courses, along with general education requirements. It will provide training and coursework that directly correlates to business and industry requests. Sixty percent of the program’s instruction will be in classrooms with forty percent occurring in hands-on training and field environments.
Students will take courses in electrical theory, advanced electronics and motor controls along with specialized coursework exploring commercial refrigeration systems and equipment.
View the required NTC course-work here:
|Course #||Course Name||Credit|
|BEST 1100||Basic Education & Skills Training||2.00|
|MATH 1100||Technical Mathematics||3.00|
|CONE 1102||Intro to Electrical Circuit Theory||4.00|
|CONE 2216||Motor Control||3.00|
|CONE 2226||Motor Control Lab||4.00|
|CONE 2300||Programmable Logic Controllers||3.00|
|CREF 1600||Commercial Refrigeration Introduction Internship||1.00|
|CREF 1700||Introduction Commercial Refrigeration Systems||3.00|
|CREF 1710||Introduction To Commercial Refrigeration Electronic Controls Systems||4.00|
|CREF 2100||Commercial Refrigeration Racks & Chillers Theory Design & Install||4.00|
|CREF 2600||Commercial Refrigeration Capstone Internship||3.00|
|PLHE 2032||Air Conditioning, Heat Pump, Refrigeration and Recovery||3.00|
|PLHE 2076||Forced Air Systems Theory||4.00|
|PLHE 2095||HVAC Design I||3.00|
|PLHE 2135||HVAC Code Interpretation||2.00|
|PLHE 2140||Optimizing HVAC Control Systems||4.00|
|PLHE 2146||HVAC Design II||4.00|
|PLHE 2151||Hydronic Design and Controls||3.00|
|PLHE 2160||Air Conditioning, Refrigeration and Heat Pump Controls||3.00|