This program provides individuals an overview of progressive measures that improve the energy performance of buildings. Studies focus on energy efficiency in residential and commercial buildings, andCalifornia energy codes.
Enrollment Completer Projections are at approximately 25 students annually with a 2-3% projected growth.
• Describe multiple sustainable energy systems and how they are designed to support ZNE buildings.
• Identify the requirements for meeting energy code compliance.
• Define basicArchitectural terminology, abbreviations, and acronyms commonly used in a set of working drawings
|EST 10||Industrial Calculations||3|
|EST-15||Zero Net Energy Building Science||4|
|EST-20||California Energy Codes||3|
|EST-30||Architectural Blueprint Reading||3|
|CAT-61||Professional Office Procedures||3|
|EST-200||Energy Systems Technology Work Experience||1-4|
(Y1 or S1)
|EST 10||Industrial Calculations||3||S1|
|EST 15||Zero Net Energy Building Science||4||S1|
|EST 20||California Energy Codes||3||S1|
|EST 30||Architectural Blueprint Reading||3||S2|
|CAT 61||Professional Office Procedures||3||S2|
|EST 200||Work Experience||1-4||S2|
Diann Thursby · 10/15/19
Received regional recommendation at 10-14-19 IEDRC Deans Meeting.