One of the most promising career today is HVAC techician. That said, many are planning to get the program in order to have stability and a high income generating job. Here is a list of HVAC Schools in Mississippi to consider.

Vatterott College

Vatterott serves a diverse student population across 19 locations in 9 states, as well as a vibrant online community. Each of these institutions take pride in serving both the student population and the local communities that help continue the Vatterott tradition. Vatterott continues to grow by offering additional diploma and degree programs, launching new locations, and looking for other opportunities to grow and improve our student services. Through this effort, Vatterott was recently named a G.I. Jobs Military Friendly School.

Campus
  • Memphis Dividend
Programs
  • Heating, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Mechanic
  • Heating, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Technology

Penn Foster Career School provides online HVAC program with flexible schedules. That means, even if you are taking part-time job, you can still enroll for the program and earn a diploma in a few months.

Ashworth College also provides online education for HVAC technician program. The program will take about 6 months to complete and you are off for an entry-level position in the heating, ventilation and air conditioning field.

HVAC Salaries and Job Prospects in Mississippi

Mississippi provides 8% higher salary than the average HVAC technician nationwide in the amount of $48,000. Job opportunities for this profession is also very high. Because of high competition for this job, it is best to get certification/s as an HVAC technician.