Technology Studies: Energy Management
The Connecticut College of Technology Pathways program allows students to complete an associate in science degree program in Technology Studies at Asnuntuck Community College, and continue on to complete a Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial Technology, Engineering Technology, Electronic Technology, Computer-Aided Design or Technology Education at Central Connecticut State University’s (CCSU) School of Technology. The curriculum offers a broad range of studies and topics in: mathematics, physics, chemistry, engineering drawing and computer-aided design (CAD), electronics, computer technologies, advanced manufacturing technologies (robotics, automation, computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) and other courses in special areas of technology. The program also includes a solid core of courses in general education. Each of the courses is directly transferable to CCSU. Successful completion of the program allows students to enter their junior year at Central Connecticut State University.
This certificate in Energy Management provides students with practical courses and valuable skills to evaluate energy use patterns and make recommendations for energy and cost savings in commercial and/or industrial buildings. Students have the choice to focus their certificate training on either; Commercial HVAC Systems and Analysis or Lighting Fundamentals and Applications.