Building Automation Systems

   Program Description

As a Building Automation Systems Technician, students will be prepared for a career in the Building Automation (also Energy Management and Controls) Industry. This industry encompasses a broad range of current technologies and disciplines to maintain comfort, control, and energy savings in residential and commercial HVAC systems. Students will be prepared to install, service, and sell controls equipment including, but not limited to, access controls, fire alarm systems, lighting controls, and HVAC control systems. All commercial buildings now have some form of automation system and current technologies are integrating many of these systems into one. Graduates of this program will have the tools necessary to gain entry into this high paying and rewarding field.

   Program Advisors

John Dunbar

Dean of Advanced Technology and Engineering Advanced Technology and Engineering
Work Phone: 770-533-7028

Khalil Khalif

Building Automation Systems & Wireless Engineering Technology Program Director Wireless Engineering Technology / Building Automation
Work Phone: 770-533-7000 Ext: 4519