What classes should I take to become an HVAC Engineer?
I have an undergrad M.E. degree but cannot really get a job. I want to work in HVAC or do something with energy. No masters programs in my state really deal with this field directly. I am considering just taking a few classes. Should I look into some trade school or university courses? Would any masters programs be good for this field?
Asked By: John - 5/5/2010
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As Guru has suggested, you need to assess what you already know about HVAC. To do this, find the website of a trade school that teaches HVAC and from that site, find the details of the course that they teach. Go through the topics listed and decide how much you know. You will probably find that you do not know much... More
Answered By: Percy - 5/5/2010
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You have studied the HVAC course during your UG in ME. Just go through it thoroughly now and read some of the practical nature books on latest HVAC systems and then apply for jobs. You will get it..... Good Luck............!
Answered By: guru - 5/5/2010
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