The Fire Officer Degree Program Is no Longer Open to New Students
Students previously enrolled in the Fire Officer Degree program at Edmonds Community College may contact Pam LeMay for information about their program options: firstname.lastname@example.org | 425.640.1371.
At this time, no classes are being offered for the Fire Officer AAS-T degree or certificate.
We apologize for any inconvenience and will assist any student who is interested in completing the Fire Officer degree or certificate. Credits may be earned through a partnership with the 2012 King County Officer Development Academy or for IFSAC certification.
Contact Pam LeMay: email@example.com | 425.640.1371
Edmonds Community College has adopted the Washington State Fire Service Education Association Fire Officer Degree Program for fire service personnel. The degree provides a higher education program that enables fire departments, in cooperation with Edmonds Community College, to develop technically competent fire officers. who are highly skilled in their craft.
The majority of students in this program are professional firefighters who want to improve their general education and fire fighting command expertise. The information, training and education gained from this program will enhance your chance to advance in the fire fighting profession, as well as sharpen your current work skills. Optional IFSAC testing is arranged after appropriate courses. An additional fee is paid directly to the testing agency.
Prior Learning Credit for What You Already Know and Can Do
Credit for what you already know and have learned through previous training (especially by the National Fire Academy or IFSAC certification) may be awarded.
Find out more at www.edcc.edu/priorlearning. Click on Academic Departments and then Fire Office Degree for specific information.
Start Here, Go on to Earn Your Bachelor's Degree
Edmonds Community College's Fire Officer AAS-T Degree articulates to the following four-year colleges:
- Bachelor of Science in Fire Science Management — American Public University System
- Associate of Applied Science in Fire Science — Columbia Southern University
- Fire Services Administration Program — Eastern Oregon University
- Bachelor of Science in Public Safety and Emergency Management — Grand Canyon University
- Fire Services Administration BA/BS Degrees — Western Oregon University