Successful students will be eligible for a HVAC Journeyman License after two years of education, working 1,500 hours as an apprentice under a Kentucky Master HVAC Contractor, and passing the State HVAC Journeyman Exam. After working as a Journeyman, under a Kentucky Master HVAC Mechanic for two years the student can be eligible to take the Master HVAC test and become a licensed HVAC Master.
Articulation agreements with regional and in-state universities allow you to apply your credit hours awarded in the AIT program towards a bachelor's degree. The AIT curriculum is modularized. See how the content is divided.
For a printable copy of program course requirements, click an option above or consult the Madisonville Advising Plan.
Installing and servicing heating, air conditioning and refrigeration equipment is the focus of this program. Persons trained in Air Conditioning Technology (HVAC) can expect to find employment in factories, medical settings, food processing, construction, residential service and installation, and many other areas.
This program has no special admission requirements. Please consult MCC’s general admission requirements.
Most students complete the program within two years. Due to the flexible on-site scheduling of laboratory course work and online delivery of instructional course work, the time it takes to complete the degree requirements will vary.
This information should not be considered a substitute for the KCTCS Catalog. You should always choose classes in cooperation with your faculty advisor to ensure that you meet all degree requirements.