HVAC Systems Design
- Taught by HVAC Design Professionals
- Covers Fundamental to Advanced Concepts
- Affords Opportunity to Earn PD Hours Toward NY P.E. License
These highly acclaimed courses, taught by HVAC design professionals, offer new and seasoned professionals the opportunity to review fundamental concepts and to learn more complex concepts related to the practice of HVAC design. They provide the opportunity to update and expand your technical skills and knowledge; apply solutions learned in class to current projects; and earn professional development hours toward your New York Professional Engineering (P.E.) license. Learn about the Certificate in Building Design: HVAC. Note: Registering at least two weeks prior to the start of the course date is highly recommended. Popular classes fill up quickly and more specialized classes need sufficient enrollment.
This semester, study from anywhere in the world in the safety and comfort of your home through online or remote instruction.
HVAC Systems Design I
Learn the fundamentals of heating and cooling system (HVAC) design.
HVAC Systems Design II
Continue with building systems, including constant and variable volume, refrigeration cycle, chillers, condensers, pipe sizing, pumps, and boilers.
HVAC Systems Design III
Continue with an examination of methods for comparing various HVAC systems and their components.
HVAC Systems Design IV
Discuss coordination among architect, developer/owner, and consulting engineers, as well as between departments within a consulting office.