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Certificate curriculum
 

Associate of Science

CORE COURSES 
Students must take a minimum of 22 credits from the following:
FIRE 1501 – Principles of Emergency Services
FIRE 1510 – Firefighting Strategy and Tactics I
FIRE 1625 – Fire Protection Hydraulics and Water Supply
FIRE 1700 – Introduction to Fire Prevention
FIRE 1725 – Fire Protection Systems
FIRE 1760 – Building Construction
FIRE 1810 – Introduction to Wildland Firefighting
FIRE 1825 – Fire Behavior and Combustion
FIRE 2500 – Fire Investigator I
FIRE 2550 – Fire Investigator II
FIRE 2610 – Chemistry of Hazardous Materials
FIRE 2970 – Firefighter Field Experience
GEOG 1490 – Introduction to Meteorology
GEOG 1490 – Mobile Mapping GIS
In addition to the above, students must complete both of the following:
EMT 1500 – Emergency Medical Technician Basic (EMT-B)
FIRE 2800 – Fire Academy

GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS
Computer Literacy
PEAC 1295 – Individualized Exercise Program (Firefighter Conditioning)
ENGL 1010 – English I: Composition
ENGL 1020 – English II
CO/M 1010 – Public Speaking -OR-
CO/M 1030 – Interpersonal Communication
Two courses from MATH 1400 and higher, excluding MATH 1510, or MATH 1400 or higher, excluding MATH 1510 -AND- Statistics
Physical, Biological, or Earth Laboratory Science (recommended GEOG 1010)
POLS 1000 – American and Wyoming Government -OR-
HIST 1211 – U.S. to 1865 -OR-
HIST 1221 – U.S. from 1865 -OR-
HIST 1251 – Wyoming History -OR-
ECON 1200 – Economics, Law, and Government
Social Science Elective
Humanities/Fine Arts Elective

Total credit hours required 68

Associate of Applied Science

CORE COURSES
Students must take a minimum of 24 credits from the following FIRE courses:
FIRE 1501 – Principles of Emergency Services
FIRE 1510 – Firefighting Strategy and Tactics I
FIRE 1625 – Fire Protection Hydraulics and Water Supply
FIRE 1700 – Introduction to Fire Prevention
FIRE 1725 – Fire Protection Systems
FIRE 1760 – Building Construction
FIRE 1810 – Introduction to Wildland Firefighting
FIRE 1825 – Fire Behavior and Combustion
FIRE 2500 – Fire Investigator I
FIRE 2550 – Fire Investigator II
FIRE 2610 – Chemistry of Hazardous Materials
FIRE 2970 – Firefighter Field Experience
GEOG 1490 – Introduction to Meteorology
GEOG 1490 – Mobile Mapping GIS
In addition to the above, students must complete the following:
EMT 1500 – Emergency Medical Technician Basic (EMT-B)
FIRE 2800 – Fire Academy
HLTK 1200 – Medical Terminology
HLTK 2300 – Healthcare Ethics

GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS
Computer Literacy
PEAC 1295 – Individualized Exercise Program (Firefighter Conditioning)
ENGL 1010 – English I: Composition
ENGL 1020 – English II
CO/M 1010 – Public Speaking -OR-
CO/M 1030 – Interpersonal Communication
One course from MATH 1000 or higher
Physical, Biological, or Earth Laboratory Science
POLS 1000 – American and Wyoming Government -OR-
HIST 1211 – U.S. to 1865 -OR-
HIST 1221 – U.S. from 1865 -OR-
HIST 1251 – Wyoming History -OR-
ECON 1200 – Economics, Law, and Government
Social Science -OR- Humanities/Fine Arts Elective

Total credit hours required 64
 















































Certificate

REQUIRED COURSES:
FIRE 1501 – Principles of Emergency Services
FIRE 2800 – Fire Academy (If students are already at the FFII level or higher, FIRE 2800 is not required providing proof of certification and program manager approval)
EMT 1500 – Emergency Medical Technician Basic (EMT-B) (If students are already EMT-B certified, EMT 1500 is not required providing proof of certification and program manager approval)

FIRE SCIENCE ELECTIVES:
Students must complete a minimum of 16 credits from the following:
FIRE 1510 – Firefighting Strategy and Tactics I
FIRE 1625 – Fire Protection Hydraulics and Water Supply
FIRE 1700 – Introduction to Fire Prevention
FIRE 1725 – Fire Protection Systems
FIRE 1760 – Building Construction
FIRE 1810 – Introduction to Wildland Firefighting
FIRE 1825 – Fire Behavior and Combustion
FIRE 2500 – Fire Investigator I
FIRE 2550 – Fire Investigator II
FIRE 2610 – Chemistry of Hazardous Materials
FIRE 2970 – Firefighter Field Experience
GEOG 1490 – Introduction to Meteorology
GEOG 1490 – Mobile Mapping GIS
PEAC 1295 – Individualized Exercise Programs (Firefighter Conditioning)

Total credits required 33



























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