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Career Programs

Firefighting is a dangerous and complex profession. From entry-level firefighter through fire chief, they work in teams to save lives, extinguish fires and respond to a variety of emergency situations. They also help prevent fires through public education and building inspections. Firefighters participate in training and practice drills throughout their careers.

Firefighting is a dangerous and complex profession. From entry-level firefighter through fire chief, they work in teams to save lives, extinguish fires and respond to a variety of emergency situations. They also help prevent fires through public education and building inspections. Firefighters participate in training and practice drills throughout their careers.

Associate in Applied Science Degrees:
Certificates of Achievement:
Firefighter (612A)
Professional Certification Opportunities:
  • Basic Operations Firefighter and Advance Technician Firefighter
  • Fire Apparatus Engineer
  • Hazardous Materials First Responder
  • Vehicle Machinery Operations
  • Fire Instructor I and II
  • Fire Officer I and II
  • Technical Rescue Awareness and Fire Service Vehicle Operator

CTE Showcase — Get The Facts

To get more detailed information about the specific programs you’re interested in, attend the relevant Career and Technology Education (CTE) Showcase session(s).

Sessions include facility tours and faculty talks, along with information focused on program admission requirements and career prospects.

Upcoming Session(s):