PROGRAMS AND CERTIFICATIONS



PENNSYLVANIA

COMMUNITY COLLEGE OF PHILADELPHIA (CCP)

Community College of Philadelphia (CCP) offers a program in Fire Sciences.  The program is open to all current Fire Department employees. 

To find out more information, please click here to visit CCPs website at http://www.ccp.edu/site/academic

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MONTGOMERY COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE (MCCC)

The MCCC Fire Science Program is designed to lead to an AAS Degree, which will prepare students for entry level technical or administrative careers in the fire science field. The program will provide individuals with the necessary knowledge in relevant subject fields, professional skills, and state-of-the-art techniques necessary for a successful fire services career.  

To find out more information, please click here to visit MCCC's website at http://www.mc3.edu/

 

HOLY FAMILY UNIVERSITY

The Fire Science and Public Safety Administration major at Holy Family University is designed for transfer students with at least 27 credits in the field. The curriculum prepares you for leadership positions in fire service and prevention, emergency management, and public safety.

To find out more information, please click here to visit Holy Family University's website at http://www.holyfamily.edu

 

ST. JOSEPHS UNIVERSITY

St. Josephs University offers a Master of Science in Public Safety Management. This program assists students in developing a comprehensive understanding of the challenges involved in emergency management, occupational health and safety, environmental protection and related fields.

To find out more information, please click here to visit St. Josephs University website at http://www.sju.edu

 

DELAWARE COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE (DCCC)

For EMTs interested in becoming a paramedic, the DCCC and Crozer Keystone Health Systems offer a part-time Paramedic program that leads to an Associate Degree in Applied Science in Paramedic - Advanced Life Support.

To find out more information, please click here to visit DCCC's website at http://www.dccc.edu

The DCCC Department of Public Safety offers a full array of first responder emergency programs at both the certificate and degree levels. Programs are offered in the areas of Fire Science, Emergency Medical Services, and Hazardous Materials Safety and Protection.

To find out more information, please click here to visit DCCC's website at http://www.dccc.edu

 

 

NEW JERSEY

CAMDEN COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE (CCCC)

Camden County Community College offers two programs that lead to Associate Degrees in Applied Science (AAS).

Fire Science Technology Program - This program provides professional training and education in fire science and other related fields.

Fire Science Technology- Administration Option - This program prepares individuals in the fire service industry to become administrators in fire departments or managers in a fire-service related industry.

To find out more information, please visit click here to visit CCCC's website at http://www.camdencc.edu

 

BURLINGTON COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE (BCCC)

BCCC offers students the chance to gain certificates in Fire Inspection(SPC.FSI), Fire Science SPC.FSC) and Fire Science Technology (AAS.FSC).

To find out more information, please click here to visit BCCC's website at http://www.bcc.edu

   

 

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