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Curriculum Information

Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning Technology Program

Coursework and lectures in our two-year associate degree program is focused on designing, installing, maintaining and servicing temperature control systems. Students receive hands-on training in campus labs equipped to give establish a working knowledge of the latest in heating, air conditioning and refrigeration systems, mechanical code, direct digital controls, sheet metal fabrication and other skills needed to compete in the industry. A certificate of achievement is also offered which includes courses that can be applied toward an associate degree in the same program.

To view degree and certificate requirements click on the curriculum code below.

Course Descriptions

Associate Degree



Heat & Air Cond/Building Maint, AAS



HVAC/R - Energy Management, AAS





Building Maintenance, CA


Heat & Air Cond/Building Maint, CA


Ferris State University and Lansing Community College

Students interested in receiving a bachelor of applied science degree in HVAC/R can take advantage of a unique arrangement between Ferris State University and LCC.  Students receive an associate degree from LCC and then, with a combination of LCC, Ferris and online courses, can complete the requirements for a bachelor's degree.  This plan gives students the advantage of taking all of their courses in the Lansing area paying LCC's lower tuition for some of the core classes.

For more information about the program, call Ferris State University Lansing Office (517) 483-9723, 1-866-387-9430 or 1-800-562-9130 or LCC at (517) 483-1404.

Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning Technology Program at Lansing Community College

Utility and Energy Systems
West Campus, Room M127
Phone: (517) 483-1570
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