Fire & Environmental Emergency Response
Brief Program Description/Goals
The focus of this program is on prevention and inspection; fire control; rescue and emergency medical and management and administration. The goal of this program is to teach students about essentials in the fire fighting profession and to meet the educational and promotional needs of the working professional.
What Is Unique About The Program
Only college level FIRE training program on O‘ahu.
Hands-on classes that give students an opportunity to get first responder, emergency medical technician B and wildland certifications.
Opportunity to apply as a student fire recruit once completed 47 credits toward the 63 credit program and with a 3.0 GPA or higher.
- "C" or higher in ENG 22/60 or ESL 23, OR Placement in ENG 100
- Placement in MATH 24/50
Program Student Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of the FIRE program, students will be able to:
- Demonstrate knowledge and skills required to respond appropriately to fire and environmental emergency situations at the private, city, state, or federal level.
Degrees That Can Be Earned
- Certificate of Achievement (CA)
- Associate in Applied Science (AAS)
Itemized Estimate of Educational Costs
- Tuition based on total credits taken.
- Books approximately $100- $250 per semester.
Gainful Employment Information
|Degree:||Certificate of Achievement|
|Normal Time to Completion:||2 semesters|
|On-Time Graduation Rate:||0%|
|Avg. Tuition & Fees:||27 credits x $97 = $2,619|
|Avg. Cost for Books/Supplies:||$100‐$250 per semester
$1000 - Clothing/Equipment for 280A, 280B, 280C
|Job Placement Rate *:||0%|
|Median Loan Debt|
|- Title IV Loans:||$0|
|- Private Loans:||$0|
|- Institutional Debt:||$0|
* - Job Placement info currently available only for 2010-2011 completers
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