Engineering and Technology
The field of heating, ventilation and air conditioning—HVAC—is the science and practice of controlling indoor climate, thereby providing healthy and comfortable interior conditions for occupants in a well-designed, energy-efficient and low-emissions manner. UC Berkeley Extension's courses in HVAC provide you with in-depth training to design and operate HVAC systems that meet the latest energy-conservation standards. Whether you are a design engineer, plant manager, contractor or architect, UC Berkeley Extension gives you the most up-to-date training in HVAC systems.
Understand the thermodynamic principles of airvapor mixtures; learn practical applications and use of psychrometric tables and charts; examine psychrometric processes of cooling, heating, humidification, dehumidification and air-stream mixture; and study effective measurement tools and methods. Learn more.
HVAC (EDP 302117)
The Certificate Program in HVAC provides you with a coherent approach to acquiring in-depth technical understanding of the principles and applications you need to design new HVAC systems and retrofit existing systems to meet energy conservation standards. Learn more.
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