Bachelor of Science Degree in Public Safety - Fire Administration Concentration

Freshman Year
Course Credit Hours
BIOL 101Nature of Life3
ENGL 101Written Communication I3
ENGL 102Written Communication II3
HIST 106World Civilizations II3
HEAL 200Health Education2
COMM 103Oral Communication3
CSOS 126Understanding HU Culture/Academic Success Skills3
SOCI 205Introduction to Sociology3
PSYC 203Introduction to Psychology3
HUMN 201Seminar in Humanities I3
MATH 110College Mathematics II3
Sophomore Year
Course Credit Hours
ELECTIVEFree Elective3
ELECTIVEFree Elective3
History ElectiveHIST 105, 107 or 2023
ELECTIVEFree Elective3
FADM 101Fire Administration3
MATH 205Introduction to Statistics3
PDMN 211Public Administration3
Humanities ElectiveHUMN 202, ARTC 200, 305 or 306, ENGL 214; Foreign Language, MUSC 200, 201, 202 or 205; PHIL 203, 204, 210, 3013
JACC 220Principles of Public Relations3
EDMT 305Emergency & Disaster Incident Command3
Total: 30
Junior Year
Course Credit Hours
EMSM 305Fundamentals of Emergency Service Organization Management3
FADM 300Survey of Legal, Social and Political Issues3
FADM 305Community Risk Management for Fire and Emergency Svc.3
FADM 306Fire and Emergency Services Administration3
MGMT 312Personnel / Human Resource Management3
MGMT 340Business Communication3
PHIL 305Ethics and Leadership3
PSAD 300Information Technology for Fire and Emergency Service3
PSAD 302Project Management3
EMSM 403Strategic Planning3
Senior Year
Course Credit Hours
FADM 401Fire Investigation and Legal Problems3
FADM 403Fire Investigation and Analysis3
FADM 405Disaster Planning and Control3
FADM 406Regulatory Issues in Fire Emergency Services3
FADM 407Public Policy: Development and Administration3
MGMT 400Organizational Behavior3
MGMT 412Labor Management Relations3
POLS 409Race and Public Policy3
EMSM 408EMS Finance3
PSAD 401Public Safety Capstone3
Total: 30

122 Total Credit Hours

Minimum grade of “C” is required in all Major and all Related courses and in ECON 200, ENGL 101-102, COMM 103. A minimum grade of “C” is required in all transfer courses. Courses taken to meet General Education Requirements cannot also be used to satisfy major requirements.