Course Overview

Building Automation Systems (BAS) can often be a black box when it comes to engineering designs and specifications. Attend this course and learn the “inside secrets” of the BAS/controls industry, without the industry bias. The curriculum is designed to provide a nontraditional course into “How Buildings Work” in lieu of a traditional “controls” class. Fundamentals of controls will be discussed as an introduction. Sequences of operation will be presented for various pieces of equipment, along with recommendations on when to use them. Specifications and potential improvements for open and closed bid situations will be introduced. Common pitfalls in controls design and how to avoid them will be shown. Lastly, the future of building automation systems will be explored.

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Course curriculum is developed in consultation with our Professional Development Advisory Board of subject matter experts, faculty, and industry practitioners.

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