Fire Science


  • Jon Longley

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Mr. Longley with two Fire Science graduates in uniform

High School Credits

Fire Science I

  • .5 Science

  • .5 Health or P.E.

  • .5 Service

  • 2-3 Electives

Fire Science II

  • .5 Science

  • .5 Health or P.E.

  • .5 Service

  • 2-3 Electives

Certifications & College Credits

  • First Aid/CPR

  • Fire Fighter I & II Pro Board Certification

  • EVOC Certificate

  • BLS Interior Qualifications

  • HazMat Operations Certificate

  • ICS 100 & 700

  • 6 College Credits at SMCC and EMCC

I can say that choosing Fire Science was not a mistake - rather a path of redemption and a chance to start anew.

Noah Cort  

   Candidate, First Year

Logo for Region 9 Fire Science Program

Fire Science I

First year candidates will study from the Jones & Bartlett third edition curriculum. Students will develop skills and knowledge necessary to work as a firefighter, and will form a solid foundation for a degree in Fire Science. The curriculum will address:

  • Fire Service History

  • Fire Service Tools and Equipment

  • Firefighter Safety

  • Forcible Entry Skills

  • Fire Attack Skills

  • Hazardous Materials Incidents

  • Vehicle Rescues and Extrication

  • And More!

Fire Science II

Students enrolled in Fire Science II will focus on expanding exposure to Fire Science and developing leadership skills. Second year students will study from Fire Engineering Handbook for Firefighter I & II.

Student practices unrolling fire hose

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