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2016-2017 College Catalog 
    
2016-2017 College Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Fire Science Technology (427), Associate of Applied Science Degree


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Purpose: The Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) Fire Science Technology is designed to provide a broad-based knowledge of current and future advances in the fire science technology field. The program has been structured for students desiring to enter and/or advance in the fire protection service careers and volunteer agencies. While designed to prepare graduates for immediate entry into or continued advancement in the workforce, the program is articulated with select four-year institutions to benefit those seeking baccalaureate-level study in the field.

Admission Requirements: There are no admission requirements beyond admission to the College for this program.

Employment Requirements: Employment in fire-rescue service and fire protection agencies may have specific physical requirements such as height, weight, eyesight and/or physical dexterity and ability. Employment also typically requires acceptable criminal background check and drug screening. Students are encouraged to make an appointment with program head to discuss any potential concerns.

For additional information about this program, contact the Health Professions Division office at 757-258-6531 or email healthprofessions@tncc.edu.

♦ Course requires pre/co-requisites.

Possible Career Opportunities


In order to review a listing of possible career opportunities available upon completion of this program, please visit the VA Wizard at https://www.vawizard.org/vccs/Main.action.

Semester Total Credits 16


Semester Total Credits 15


Semester Total Credits 18


Spring II


Semester Total Credits 18


Total Minimum Credits 67


1ITE 119  may be substituted for ITE 115 .
2Students transferring to a four-year institution should select MTH 151  , MTH 158  or MTH 240  (MTH 158  or MTH 163 ).
3Students should select from BIO 101 , CHM 101  or BIO 145 .

NOTE: For courses listed in footnotes, prerequisites are included in parentheses.

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