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Academics

 

Air Conditioning Technology

The Associate of Applied Science (AAS) Degree and a Certificate of Achievement in Air Conditioning Technology prepare skilled workers to install, service, troubleshoot, and repair residential heating and cooling systems.

For further information please contact Rod Nestmann at 702-651-3068 or rodney.nestmann@csn.edu.


Academic Counseling

  • Students with declared majors in Applied Technologies:
    To schedule an appointment with a counselor, go to https://csn.mywconline.net/. Phone: 702-651-4916.

 

Spring Classes | Air Conditioning Technology Graduates

Spring 2016 Schedule of Classes

On-line Registration

AC 102 - Introduction to HVAC Electrical Theory and Application

This course covers electrical safety, basic electrical math, elementary circuit diagram reading and drawing, and motor theory. Labs cover: assembly and wiring techniques, and the use of electrical meters. 5 Credits.

Call # Section Day(s) Time Campus Room Instructor Begin
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33285 2001 TTh 07:50PM to 10:20PM CHEY CYN142 NAEGLE 19 Jan 15 May
33341 4002 MW 05:10PM to 07:40PM HEND HNA114 COPE 19 Jan 15 May
33342 4003 MW 07:50PM to 10:20PM HEND HNA114 COPE 19 Jan 15 May

 

AC 103 - Introduction to HVAC Mechanical Theory and Application

This course covers mechanical and electrical safety, basic mechanical math and physics, the refrigeration cycle, system components, enthalpy, and psychrometrics. Labs cover: recovery, evacuation, leak testing, charging, and system measurements. 5 Credits.

Call # Section Day(s) Time Campus Room Instructor Begin
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33378 2001 TTh 05:10PM to 07:40PM CHEY CYN142 FUNES 19 Jan 15 May
33380 4002 MW 05:10PM to 07:40PM HEND HNA111 NAEGLE 19 Jan 15 May
33384 4003 MW 07:50PM to 10:20PM HEND HNA111 NAEGLE 19 Jan 15 May

 

AC 106 - Residential Gas Heating

Types of gas furnaces, troubleshooting, function of controls, repair of mechanical controls, combustion efficiency tests, piping techniques, proper ventilation and combustion will be covered. Prerequisites: AC 102, 103. 5 Credits.

Call # Section Day(s) Time Campus Room Instructor Begin
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33390 4001 TTh 05:10PM to 07:20PM HEND HNA111 ARMIJO 19 Jan 15 May
33397 4002 TTh 07:50PM to 10:20PM HEND HNA111 ARMIJO 19 Jan 15 May

 

AC 110 - Intermediate HVAC Electrical Theory and Application

This course covers intermediate level electrical diagram drawing and interpretation, enthalpy and psychrometrics, and specialized system components for resistance heat HVAC. Labs cover: wiring of various control circuits, and system measurements. Prerequisites: AC 102, 103 and MATH 104B or above ( except MATH 122 and 123). 5 Credits.

Call # Section Day(s) Time Campus Room Instructor Begin
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33990 4001 MW 05:10PM to 07:40PM HEND HNA115 PENDERGRAFT 19 Jan 15 May
34310 4002 TTh 05:10PM to 07:40PM HEND HNA115 PENDERGRAFT 19 Jan 15 May
37278 4003 MWF 08:30AM to 12:00PM HEND HNA114 PARENTE 19 Jan 13 Mar

 

AC 111 - Heat Pumps

This course covers heat pumps and their operation. It will teach various defrost methods including time temperature, demand, air switch and other defrost controls. Charging methods will be covered which include superheat, weigh-in and dial-a-charge. The course will also include compressor change-out methods and advance wiring. C.O.P., E.E.R., SEER rating and design points of heat pumps are covered. Prerequisite: AC 110. 5 Credits.

Call # Section Day(s) Time Campus Room Instructor Begin
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34312 4001 MW 07:50PM to 10:20PM HEND HNA109A PUTMAN 19 Jan 15 May
37277 4002 MWF 08:30AM to 12:00PM HEND HNA114 PARENTE 21 Mar 15 May

 

AC 115 - Troubleshooting

This course will teach recommended service and diagnostic procedures for air conditioning systems. This will include general troubleshooting procedures for both refrigeration and electrical systems. Prerequisite: AC 111. 5 Credits.

Call # Section Day(s) Time Campus Room Instructor Begin
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34315 4001 MW 05:10PM to 07:40PM HEND HNA109A CHANDLER 19 Jan 15 May
34590 4002 TTh 07:50PM to 10:20PM HEND HNA115 ROTH 19 Jan 15 May

 

AC 116 - Copper Fundamentals

Silver braising, Oxy-Acetylene equipment, use of copper tubing, swagging, flaring, bending, and proper cutting techniques in air conditioning applications will be covered. 1 Credits.

Call # Section Day(s) Time Campus Room Instructor Begin
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34623 4001 F 06:00PM to 09:00PM HEND HNA111 NAEGLE 5 Feb 26 Feb
34650 4002 S 09:00AM to 12:00PM HEND HNA111 NAEGLE 2 Apr 23 Apr

 

AC 119 - Professionals in Customer Service

This course introduces a methodical approach to problem resolution to service professionals (dispatchers, technicians, owners). It is also designed to contain, qualify and correct various problems with good and bad outcomes. This course instructs students to focus on their communication skills prior to using technical expertise. The grading method for this course is pass/fail. 1.5 Credits.

Call # Section Day(s) Time Campus Room Instructor Begin
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34658 2001 F 05:30PM to 09:30PM CHEY CYN132 SOUKUP 1 Apr 22 Apr

 

AC 120 - Air Conditioning Duct Work Fabrication

This course covers basic duct work fabrication, as it applies to the Air Conditioning industry. Areas covered include cutting, computing size requirements, plenums and straight fittings. 3 Credits.

Call # Section Day(s) Time Campus Room Instructor Begin
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34665 8001 F 06:00PM to 09:00PM OFF-CAMPUS PUTMAN 19 Jan 15 May

Classes meet at 580 W. Cheyenne Ave, Suite 50 N. Las Vegas, NV 89030

 

AC 202 - Commercial Refrigeration II

Follow-up course to AC 200 - Commercial Refrigeration I. Course covers sequence of operation, application, troubleshooting, repair cleaning and preventive maintenance techniques of various types of ice making equipment including flaked, cubed and crushed ice machines. 5 Credits.

Call # Section Day(s) Time Campus Room Instructor Begin
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34670 2001 MW 06:00PM to 08:30PM CHEY CYN132 SOUKUP 19 Jan 15 May
34671 2002 S 08:00AM to 01:00PM CHEY CYN132 TANNEHILL 19 Jan 15 May

 

AC 210 - Boiler Operation and Maintenance

Subjects to be covered include operation, safety, water treatment, control devices used with hot water boilers, low pressure boilers and power boiler systems. (Same as FAC 240B) 3 Credits.

Call # Section Day(s) Time Campus Room Instructor Begin
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34676 8001 MW 06:00PM to 09:00PM OFF-CAMPUS NESTMANN 19 Jan 15 May

Class meets at 580 W. Cheyenne Ave, Suite 50 N. Las Vegas, NV 89030

 

(Posted 25 Nov 2015)
This schedule of classes is accurate at the time of posting, but is subject to change without notice.
Check On-line Registration for current listing of classes.

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Air Conditioning Technology Graduates*
Class of 2015 — Congratulations!

  • ASSOCIATE OF APPLIED SCIENCE
    • Brian Donovan Bast
    • Jessi Becerril
    • Getu Bekana Bedada
    • Maurice Carroll
    • Casey Shaun Colvin
    • Donald W. Etka
    • Jason Finnegan
    • Edgar Gutierrez
    • Laura M. Harris
    • Eddye U. Ibarra
    • Sean Knipp
    • Larry Curtis LeMieux Jr.
    • Edgar Lopez Collado
    • Gerardo Lopez-Ruvalcaba
    • Matthew C. Mundy
    • David A. Nead II
    • Rodell Nicholson
    • Jamie Olson
    • Kevin Putman
    • Helmut Morgan Rodriguez
    • Qun Shi
    • Fernando Silveyra
    • Christopher Lee Slavens
    • Gary Christopher Swinney
    • Robert Verrilli
  • CERTIFICATE OF ACHIEVEMENT
    • Jeffery David Bates
    • Terra Melinda Cooke
    • Kurt Gaylord
    • Edgar Gutierrez
    • Viengkhone Bobby Inthavong
    • Alwin Lanier
    • Nicolás López
    • Vincent Mazzoccoli
    • Rodell Nicholson
    • Jamie Olson
    • Kyler J. Petronek
    • Thomas L. Scherf
    • Robert Verrilli

*listed in the program of 43rd Commencement Ceremony, 18 May 2015.

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(Page updated 4 Feb 2016)