District Wide Degree, Certificates and Transfer
List of all programs and transfer recommendations offered. Click on the program name below to learn more about the specific program including an overview and requirements.
Fire Science (FIRES)
Graduates will have the potential for employment as a firefighter, fire investigator, arson investigator, fire prevention officer, fire service executive support specialist, fire service vehicle operator, fire apparatus engineer, fire instructor, training program manager, fire officer, safety educator, or fire prevention inspector.
Prior to enrollment in this program, fire department service records must be provided, if applicable. In addition to fees, students are required to have all safety gear that meets current National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) standards.
Students considering transfer options should take ENG 1111 and SPE 1101
State/FEMA certifications accepted for EMA 1200 and EPF 1600
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This is a General Education or Elective course to be selected and therefore has no schedule link.