FIRE AND EMERGENCY SERVICES MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATE
(R, TP/SS): 240
Total Credits: 36
Catalog Editions 08-09 through 09-10
Name: Date: ID#
GENERAL EDUCATION FOUNDATION & DISTRIBUTION COURSES
FOUNDATION COURSES
COURSE
HRS
GRADE
English 101 (if needed for EN102 or EN109/Substitute if not)
EN101
3
 
English Foundation (EN102 or EN109)  
3
 
Speech Foundation (SP108, 112, or 212)  
3
 
         
DISTRIBUTION COURSES
COURSE
HRS
GRADE
Behavioral / Social Science Distribution (BSSD)
PY102
3
 
         
CURRICULUM REQUIREMENTS
COURSE
HRS
GRADE
 
FS101
3
 
 
FS104
3
 
 
FS105
3
 
 
FS107
3
 
 
FS112
3
 
 
FS212
3
 
COMPUTER APPLICATIONS
 
3
 
FS ELECTIVE
 
3
 
       
  Note: Overall GPA of 2.0 is required
      Total Credits:  
     
Select from FS106, FS108, FS205, FS214, FS216, FS221, FS225, FS226, or FS250  
 

This curriculum is designed to provide individuals with the principles, theory, and practices associated with state-of-the-art fire science and management, including issues related to tactical fire operations, fire safety, firefighting and emergency services leadership and management, and community fire issues.

Students expand their thinking beyond fire-specific issues in areas related to firefighting through coursework in human resource management, administration, homeland security and emergency/disaster management, fire protection services, safety and prevention, and investigation.

This curriculum is designed to meet the needs of professional and volunteer fire service personnel and those seeking employment in the fire and emergency services.

 
     
This document is for planning purposes ONLY and completion does not guarantee graduation.
See an advisor to submit an Application for Graduation the semester BEFORE you intend to graduate.
Last modified: July 2009
   
This certificate is a Career Program and may not readily transfer to four-year institutions
(except in special cases). Visit the transfer planning website for transfer information.
Site Contact: Anthony Solano