The mission of the Fire Science Technology certificate program is for current employees as well as students who are interested in careers in the fire services, inspections, investigation, or fire protection engineering.
Students must complete basic skills placement testing before admission into this program. Students with no previous fire service are required to attend the internship session.
Certificate (Certificate Program)
Total Credit Hours: 30
Select a course number below to see a course description.
|EMT 110||EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN - BASIC I ||3|
|FRSTK 110||INTRODUCTION TO FIRE SCIENCE ||3|
|FRSTK 111||BASIC INSTRUCTOR TRAINING FOR THE FIRE SERVICE ||3|
|FRSTK 112||FIRE PREVENTION AND LEGAL ASPECTS OF FIRE PROTECTION ||3|
|FRSTK 114||FIREFIGHTING TACTICS AND STRATEGY ||3|
|FRSTK 190||LEGAL ISSUES IN THE FIRE SERVICE ||3|
|INTERNSHIP, FIRE SERVICE
|FRSTK ELECTIVE *||3|
|FRSTK 227||CHEMISTRY OF FLAMMABLE HAZARDOUS MATERIALS ||3|
|FRSTK 230||FIRE SERVICE HYDRAULICS ||3|
|FRSTK 250||FIRE SERVICE MANAGEMENT I ||3|
* Select elective from any FRSTK course or EMT 111
|Fall Semester 1||FRSTK 110; FRSTK 112; FRSTK 114; FRSTK 190; FRSTK 230|
|Spring Semester 1||FRSTK 111; FRSTK 201 or FRSTK Elective; FRSTK 227; FRSTK 250; EMT 110|
|Fall Semester 2|