Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning

group of students on coils on the floor
students in a lab looking at pipes and wiring on a board
pipes and wiring on a board
students in a lab
students in a lab
instructor with student holding a certificate that says 'head of the class'
students on a ladder
students on a ladder
students in a lab
students in a lab
"Alfred State not only gave me the knowledge and skill set needed to start a career in HVAC, they also connected me with hiring contractors in my profession."
Mike Spateholts, '12
Program Advantages: 

Student involvement in project-based learning includes participating in real world construction projects, Solar Decathlon (China and Irvine, CA), installation of water, drain, heating, and air conditioning systems and local community projects.

Professional Outlook: 

Starting salaries range from $20,000 – $39,000* depending on the geographic area and the type of work the company does. Due to the experience students receive at Alfred State and the excellent program reputation, there are multiple employment opportunities for students.

*Based on the Alfred State 2015 Employment Report
R. Jack Jones, Building Trades Department Chairman
Pioneer Quotes: 
Snapcode linking to the building trades web page
Building Trades Department