The “HVAC Systems Design and Control” classes at the University of California, San Diego (UCSD) Extension focus on practical aspects of the art and science of Heating, Ventilating, and Air‐Conditioning (HVAC). The courses evaluate practical solutions for energy efficient and sustainable HVAC designs. The program is designed to provide an outstanding means of professional advancement for those who are directly or indirectly involved with HVAC systems, facility engineering, and building automation challenges. Each course starts with the basic fundamentals followed by practical application, real life examples and the most common design solutions. The curriculum focuses on the latest technology in HVAC practices and the most advanced energy conservation techniques. It also emphasizes critical do’s and don’ts and accepted rules‐of thumb checks in the field of HVAC and building automation.
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