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Building Automation Systems

Building Automation is a strong growth industry, forecasted to rise at about 10% per year, well above average. In this rapidly developing market, it’s more important than ever for professionals who work with HVAC, lighting and other building systems to gain knowledge and experience in how to effectively and fully utilize their building management platforms.

 

Having a Building Automation Certificate from The Energy Institute at SLCC designates you as a skilled professional in the operations and maintenance of building automation systems. In these courses you will get hands-on training from industry professionals that will help you take your career to the next level.

 

Courses - 2020

Course
Title
Prerequisite
Course CEBA 0140
Title Building Automation Fundamentals
Prerequisite
Description

Building Automation Systems (BAS) Fundamentals provides an overview of the BAS industry in general. Topics include history, BAS manufacturers and contractors, industry scope and trends, careers in BAS, required skills and types of BAS systems 

Course CEBA 0150
Title Building Automation Systems Advanced Electrical Concepts
Prerequisite
Description

Topics include power supplies, reactive electrical components, power distribution, circuit protection, electric motor theory, electric generator theory, types of electric motors, motor starters, switching devices, electric symbols, pictorial diagrams, schematics, sequences of operation and basic electrical troubleshooting. 

Course CEBA 0160
Title Building Automation Systems Devices and Control Theory
Prerequisite
Description

Learn the major types of peripheral components found in BACS systems and how to properly select and apply them in the field as well as how these devices are used in the control process. Topics include standard I/O wiring; temperature, humidity, pressure, flow, and life and equipment safety devices; actuators and dampers; control valves; power supply and monitoring devices; transducers; relays and contractors; motor controls; enclosures; control theory; control loop design; installation; commission; and tuning. 

Course CEBA 0270
Title Building Automation Systems Networking
Prerequisite
Description

Building Automation Systems (BAS) Networking presents the fundamental concepts of data transmission in various media types as it applies to building automation systems. The course is closely aligned with CompTia’s Network+ Certification and assists students in preparation for that credential. Topics include network fundamentals, standards, OSI model, IP protocol, network signal transmission, media, protocols, physical topologies, logical topologies, hardware, typical BAS networks and typical BAS subnetworks. 

Course CEBA 0280
Title Building Automation Systems Logic and Programming
Prerequisite
Description

Building Automation Systems Logic and Programming provides students with a solid understanding of programming fundamentals as well as a review on control theory. Students will plan, design, create and troubleshoot building automation systems programs in a visual development environment. 

FAQs

Simply call (801) 957-5200 to enroll in any class, M-F, 8:00-4:30 pm. See Registration requirements below. 

No, if you are enrolling in non-credit classes, you do not need to be a current student. Simply call our registration office at 801-957-5200 to enroll.
Classes are held both online and on the Miller Campus in Sandy in the Miller Corporate Partnership Center

If a student decides not to remain enrolled in a class, it is the student’s responsibility to contact the Program Coordinator to drop or withdraw from the class. Failure to officially drop classes not attended will result in failing grades and forfeiture of tuition due the College. Failure to officially drop may lead to enforcement of the college collection policy

Students are required to pay for all classes that they do not officially drop.

Full tuition will be refunded if student drops before the first day of class.

Tuition will not be refunded if student is a “no show” for entire class.

Last Date to Add Classes, Tuition Due Date will follow the Institutional Academic Calendar for the appropriate semester as Full Term 16-week schedule.

Academic Calendar

Late registrations must be approved by the Program Coordinator

Short Term Intensive Training (STIT) funds may be available for some noncredit courses. If funds are available and you are approved, these funds will pay for a portion of the cost of the tuition associated with the course.

For a STIT application, email Paul Jones.

Textbook cost for the Level 1 Certification program is typically around $200. Textbooks for the Level 2 Certification program are typically $50.
To prepare it is suggested you take CEBA 0010: Math for Industry as well as CEBA 0020:  Basic Electrical Concepts
You can! Please contact the program manager to determine credit

Registration Info

Short Term Intensive Training (STIT) funds may be available for some noncredit courses. If funds are available and you are approved, these funds will pay for a portion of the cost of the tuition associated with the course.

For a STIT application, email Paul Jones