Fire Science Pathway Information

 

 

FESHE LogoCoconino Community College’s Fire Science Program provides training to individuals interested in pursuing a career in either structural or wildland firefighting.

 

We offer a certificate in Wildfire Suppression to prepare students for entry-level wildland fire fighting. We offer an Intermediate, Advanced Fire Science Certificate and Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree in Fire Science to prepare students for entry-level structural firefighting.Our Intermediate/Advanced Fire Science Certificates and AAS Fire Science Degree are based on National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) standards and recognized by Fire and Emergency Services Higher Learning Education (FESHE). To learn more about FESHE visit the U.S. Fire Administration website.

 

 

 

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I register for classes? 

To begin registering for classes, all students are encouraged to reach out to advising (whether that be through our advising department or through the department faculty contact).  Once you are ready to begin, you can follow the steps listed on the Registration & Enrollment Services "Apply Now" website.  

 

How much does classes cost?

Our tuition varies based on whether or not a student in an in-county (meaning lives in Coconino County), in-state resident (meaning lives in Arizona) and what course the student wants to take.  All of these tuition rates can be seen on the Registration & Enrollment Services "Tuition Pricing" page.  

 

What classes do you offer and what are the pre-requisites?

Our fire science program offers a variety of courses that can be completed to finish a degree or certificate.  Additionally these courses could be used to learn new skills or complete recertification.  These course descriptions and the associated pre-requisites can be viewed on the Loading... by searching for "FSC" pre-fix.

 

Where is the pre-course paperwork packet for FSC 180 Fire Fighter I and II?

The pre-course paperwork packet and be downloaded for completion by accessing the Pre-Class Information and Check-Off Sheet.

 

Is there a recommended order to take classes?

Yes, there is a recommended order to complete the courses.  This pathway has been designed to assist students to complete their academic and career goals in a timely manner.  This information can be viewed on the particular degree or certificate page under "Semester Sequences."    Select a degree or certificate below to find this information:  

Fire Science (AAS)
Fire Science Intermediate/Advanced (CERT)

Part-time Faculty

 

James Devenney

Wildland Fire Suppression
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Michael Duran

Firefighter I & II
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Chris Fennell

Firefighter Safety and Building Construction
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Aaron Graeser

Wildland Fire Chainsaws
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Mark Del Giorgio

Hazardous Materials: Awareness / Operations
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Jacob Kjosa

Portable Pumps, Basic Air Ops, Wildland Fire Observation
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Jess Maier

Fundamentals of Fire Prevention, Firefighter Occupational safety, Fire Protection Systems
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Ian Modrell

Firefighter I & II
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Jacob McQuaid

Fire Apparatus and Hydraulics
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John Moe

Wildland Fire Suppression
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Torsten Palm

Fire Fighter I and II
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Ryan Richards

Haz-Mat
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Paul Sanders

Wildland Fire Suppression
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Brad Williams

Wildland Fire Chainsaws
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