CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION FIRE SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY: LEVEL II
The Certificate of Completion Fire Science Technology: GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS
Level II prepares the student to meet the minimum
Students must complete a minimum of 50 credit hours
requirements to compete for some paid fire fighting
with a minimum Grade Point Average (GPA) of 2.0 (C)
positions. average or better. All courses in the program must be
PROGRAM STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES completed with a ‘C’ or better. Fifteen (15) of the last
30 credits must be earned at Southwestern before the
Upon successful completion of this program the Certificate of Completion in Fire Science Technology:
student will be able to: Level II is awarded.
• Demonstrate safe and effective operation of Complete the graduation application process one
given fire suppression tools and appliances in term prior to the term of completion (i.e., spring term
given training scenarios. graduates must apply during winter term).
• Demonstrate decision-making skills during
simulated emergency scenarios.
• Understand the need to further develop
professional fire fighting/EMS skills.
PREREQUISITES CIS101 (2) Reading Score of MTH20 (4)
Computers in Society ASSET39 COMPASS69 Basic Mathematics1
(or placement test score)
FS5254 (3) WR115 (3) MTH70 (4)
FS5244 (3.5) PE185 (2)
FALL = 15.5 CREDITS Introduction to Fire Introduction to Expository Elementary Algebra
NFPA Firefighter I Part A Physical Education3
Protection Writing2 (or higher)
FS5245 (3) FS9175 (3) CIS120 (4) EMT151 (5)
WINTER = 18 CREDITS S-130/190 Basic Wild
NFPA Firefighter I Part B Firefighter Safety Concepts of Computing EMT - Basic, Part A
Land Fire Management
FS5282 (3) FS9380 (2.5) BA285 (3)
HE260 (3) EMT152 (5)
SPRING = 16.5 CREDITS Fire Codes/Ordinance/ S-215 Fire Ops/ Human Relations in
First Responder4 EMT - Basic, Part B
Bld. Construction Urban Interface Organizations
50 CREDITS = TOTAL PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS
PROGRAM NOTES 3
Students are advised to take weight training, super circuit or public
MTH55 may be substituted. safety conditioning.
Take WR115, WR214 or WR214T.
HE260 counts as a Fire Science Elective.
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