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Course TitleCourse DescriptionCreditsPrerequisitesCourse NumberCourse Outline
 
Fire Instructor IInstructor I is an intensive instructional methodology program. It addresses the job performance requirements of the National Fire Protection Agency, 1041 Standard for Fire Service Instructor Professional Qualifications. Instructor I focuses on planning and providing instruction.2NoneFRPT1110View
Fire Inspector IThis course is designed to teach the student the basic skills needed to conduct fire inspections. The student will learn basic code usage, basic inspection practices and insights on how to work with the public on fire prevention activities.2NoneFRPT1130View
Fire Fighter IIThis course is designed to teach the student the skills necessary to perform the basic duties of fire fighting, including the thought process used to decide on appropriate operations. This will include specialized rescue, building construction and fire cause determination. 2Instructor approvalFRPT1105View
Fire Officer IFire Officer I administrative duties covered will include record keeping, managing projects, preparing budget requests, initiating and completing station maintenance requisitions, and conducting preliminary accident investigations. Supervisory duties that will be covered will include making work assignments, conducting performance appraisals, and ensuring that health and safety procedures are followed. This course is designed to meet the needs of the company officer as outlined in the National Fire Protection Standard 1021. 2NoneFRPT1120View
Principles of Emergency ServicesThis course is designed to introduce the student to the systems approach to fire protection by presenting the system components of modern fire department responsibility, including suppression, prevention, public education, emergency medical service, hazardous materials response and urban search and rescue. Other concepts emphasized are incident effectiveness, customer service, physical fitness and training, and fire prevention.2NoneFRPT1136View
Civil Site Plan DevelopmentThis course introduces civil site planning. Through the use of Computer-Aided Design (CAD), the student will produce a set of plans including a subdivision plat with contours, street plan and profile sheets, utilities, site plan, and site details. The topography map will be plotted with accurate cut and fill boundaries.2ARCH1101 or ARCH2370ARCH2800View
Design with SketchUpThis course is designed to introduce students to SketchUp imaging technology for design. Students will use SketchUp tools to construct objects, modify objects, apply materials, apply special effects, and create 3D camera views. Students will create a portfolio of design scenes and present a final design composition.2Qualifying score on reading assessment test or ENGL0901 and knowledge of computers is recommendedARCH2301View
Architectural Technology AdvancementsIn this course students are introduced to innovative technologies that have become essential in the industry. It may include Blue Beam, Navisworks, Energy Analysis, 3D printing, photo-shop, and Google- earth. The technology may be interactive or supplemental to CAD software.2ARCH2370 or previous CAD experience. Recommended ARCH1011, ARCH2121, ARCH2141, and ARCH2466ARCH2850View
Fire Investigation IThis course is designed to teach the student the basic skills needed for fire scene investigations.2NoneFRPT1125View
Fire Protection SystemsThis course will teach the student how to review built-in fire protection system design. The student will learn about portable extinguishers, fixed special agent systems, water supply and sprinkler systems.2NoneFRPT1155View