Building Automation Controls

This course covers building automation control programming as currently used for systems monitoring and management. Topics include resource optimization, energy management, scheduling, design, installation and maintenance of automatic environmental controls. Upon completion, students should be able to write programs to monitor and manage building automation systems and select, install, and maintain controls for environmental systems.

Course Details

Area of Interest Building Automation
Class Hours 2
Lab Hours 3
Credits 3
Semesters Available Spring
Available Online No
Pre-requisite(s) BAT 111

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