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Online Schools Offering HVAC Degrees

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HVAC programs -- short for heating, ventilation, and air conditioning -- can prepare you for a career in repair and maintenance. We feature 4 HVAC programs, offered through 4 colleges and universities. Costs of attending these programs go up to $44,463 a year. The average career helpfulness rating of these schools is 58 percent, according to our online student reviewers. These schools have an overall recommendation rate of 58 percent.

Certificate Associate Bachelor's Master's Doctorate
Annual Tuition Certificate $16,384 Associate $15,719 Bachelor's $16,195 Master's $15,146 Doctorate $12,138
Annual Earnings (mid-career) -- -- Bachelor's $61,256 Master's $84,246 Doctorate $97,318

HVAC programs are available at the certificate and associate degree level. These programs discuss topics like energy management systems, ductwork, piping, HVAC design, LEED energy efficiency, and indoor air quality. Students learn how to design HVAC systems for residential and commercial buildings and how to troubleshoot existing HVAC issues. Online HVAC programs require students to come to campus in order to participate in hands-on practicums. Graduates of the HVAC program can gain employment with building equipment contractors, hardware and plumbing wholesalers, and commercial equipment repair services.

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4 Degrees from 4 Schools

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