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EOU’s top ranked fully online FSA program (see awards below) offers fire service professionals the opportunity to obtain a bachelor’s degree in their professional field. Whether you’re a transfer student or just starting your college education, our FSA program advisors will design a pathway that works for you.
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A new survey from Best Degree Programs names Eastern Oregon University’s online fire science degree as one of the top 30 online fire and emergency services offerings in the country.
❏ Step 1: Fill out the Undergraduate Transfer Online /Onsite Application.
❏ Step 2: If you have completed coursework at another university, have an official copy of all transcripts sent to:
Eastern Oregon University Attn: AdmissionsOne University Blvd.La Grande, OR 97850
❏ Step 3: Consider Financial Aid options.
Admitted students who register for at least 6 credits per term may be eligible for Financial Aid. More information is available on the Financial Aid Website.
❏ Step 4: Send a copy of all state training certificates, NFA course completion records and a copy of your unofficial transcripts to:
Dan O’Grady, B.S.EOU PortlandClackamas Community CollegeHarmony Campus – Rm 1307738 SE Harmony RdPortland, OR 97222Phone: 541.962.3341
NOTE: If you are interested in registering for an EMSA Course, but do not wish to pursue a degree through EOU, you may register for up to 8 credits per term as a non-admitted student. Fill out the Non-Admitted Student Form and submit it to Admissions in La Grande, OR. Students intending to complete the EMSA degree must apply for admission to Eastern Oregon University.
FSA 202 – Principles of Emergency ServicesFSA 204 – Fire Protection SystemsFSA 206 – Fire Behavior and CombustionFSA 208 – Fire Protection Hydraulics and Water SupplyFSA 210 – Strategy and TacticsFSA 212 – Fire PreventionFSA 214 – Building Construction for Fire PreventionFSA 216 – Principles of Emergency Services Safety and SurvivalFSA 305 – Fire and Emergency Services AdministrationFSA 309 – Fire Investigation and AnalysisFSA 313 – Personnel Management for the Fire & Emergency ServicesFSA 317 – Fiscal Management in Fire ProtectionFSA 319 – Political and Legal Foundations of Fire ProtectionFSA 326 – Fire Prevention Organization and ManagementFSA 331 – Community Risk Reduction for the Fire and Emergency ServicesFSA 341 – Disaster Planning and Control
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Complete coursework from almost anywhere. In addition to online faculty support, EOU has regional advising centers located throughout Oregon. This allows EOU to serve community and regional needs by engaging in partnerships that support student learning. Find a center near you for additional support in completing the program.
“I found the Fire Services Administration program at EOU to be very important in my development as a chief officer, and the classes to be truly relevant and rewarding.”
Scott StantonChief, Umatilla Fire District #1
“Our degree allows students the ability to customize their program by offering additional elective FSA and EMSA coursework and it's easy to double major in both disciplines. We also make maximum use of prior training and certifications.”
~ Kevin Walker FSA Program ChairProfessor, College of Business
Kevin Walker, J.D., M.B.A.
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The Fire Services Administration program’s BA/BS degree requirements provide for a major built upon an associate degree in fire protection science or a professional technical core fire science curriculum available from most community college fire programs. Core lower-division courses are also available through our FSA program.
EOU’s FSA program is recognized as a Fire and Emergency Services Higher Education (FESHE) provider of the National Fire Academy’s FESHE model bachelor’s curriculum and addresses the requisite knowledge and skills found in NFPA 1021, Standard for Fire Officer Professional Qualifications (2014).
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