BIT Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning Technology

Bachelor's degree programs in heating, air conditioning and refrigeration technology prepare high school graduates to work as technicians who service and install residential and commercial heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration (HVAC-R) systems. Since many entry-level HVAC-R jobs require only a 2-year degree, possessing a bachelor's degree in this field may give individuals an advantage when seeking advancement to supervisory or management positions.

Many of the courses in a HVAC-R program are technical in nature and include hands-on training. Students may have the opportunity to gain field experience during a program. Bachelor's degree programs in heating, air conditioning and refrigeration technology prepare high school graduates to work as technicians who service and install residential and commercial heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration (HVAC-R) systems. Since many entry-level HVAC-R jobs require only a 2-year degree, possessing a bachelor's degree in this field may give individuals an advantage when seeking advancement to supervisory or management positions.