Student ID:__________________________ Student Name:_______________________ Adviser Name:_______________________ Catalog: 2019-20 Academic Catalog Program: Fire Protection and Safety Technology - FIRE.AS Minimum Credits Required:__________________

Fire Protection and Safety Technology - FIRE.AS

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The Fire Protection & Safety Technology program trains and educates competent leaders in fire protection, prevention, and administration, with coursework for individuals presently working in a fire-science occupation, or those seeking employment in this field.

This program prepares graduates for a variety of careers, including city, town and state firefighting; military and airport first-responder positions; departmental or regional positions; fire investigation; and emergency medical services, where firefighters and medical technicians work closely together. There are also opportunities within the business and industrial areas, such as: hazardous materials, fire insurance-claim investigation, hospital fire safety, fire prevention inspection, and work with the National Fire Protection Association in fire investigation, as well as establishing and publishing standards.

Please be advised that the curriculum for this program will be revised effective in the Fall 2020 semester.

Upon the successful completion of requirements of this program, the degree of Associate in Science in Fire Protection and Safety Technology will be awarded.

(FIRE.AS) Curriculum

Course NamecreditsTerm TakenGradeGen Ed
FST-101 - Fire Protection & Fire Prevention 4 credits
FST-110 - Bldg Construction 3 credits
FST-120 - Principles of Fire Administration 3 credits
FST-130 - Fire Protection Systems 3 credits
FST-131 - Advanced Protection Systems 3 credits
FST-140 - Fire Officership 3 credits
FST-210 - Fire Protection Hydraulics and Water Supply 3 credits
FST-220 - Intro to Fire Investigation (Arson 1) 3 credits
FST-221 - Advanced Fire Investigation 3 credits
FST-230 - Hazardous Materials 3 credits
ENG-101 - English Composition 1 3 credits
ENG-102 - English Composition 2 3 credits
MAT-100 - Contemporary Mathematical Applications 3 credits
EL-SCI - General Science Elective 3 credits
EL-SCIL - General Lab Science Elective 4 credits
EL-GEN - General Elective (Note 1) 3 credits
  • EL-GEN - General Elective 3 credits (Note 1)
  • EL-GEN - General Elective 3 credits (Note 1)
  • EL-GEN - General Elective 3 credits (Note 1)
  • Select one:

    Course NamecreditsTerm TakenGradeGen Ed
    PSY-101 - General Psychology 3 credits
    SOC-101 - Introduction to Sociology 3 credits

    Total: 62 credits

    Total (FIRE.AS) Curriculum Program Credits: 62

    Department Personnel

    Name Title Office Phone Email
    Julian Tenczar Department Chair 17/209 413-755-4596