Associate of Applied Science — Fire Science Technology

We offer training for supervisory as well as administrative positions.

For more information, please contact:
Robin Kuykendall

Is there a future in a Fire Science Technology career?

Employment of fire fighters is expected to grow by 19 percent over the 2008—2018 decade, which is faster than the average for all occupations. Although employment is expected to grow, candidates for these positions are expected to face keen competition because these positions are highly attractive and in demand.

Why choose a career in Fire Science Technology?

Every year, fires and other emergencies take thousands of lives and destroy property worth billions of dollars. Fire fighters help protect the public against these dangers by responding to fires and a variety of other emergencies. Although they put out fires, fire fighters more frequently respond to other emergencies. They are often the first emergency personnel at the scene of a traffic accident or medical emergency and may be called upon to treat injuries or perform other vital functions.

What will I learn in the Fire Science Technology program?

  • Firefighter Health and Safety
  • Aircraft Rescue
  • Firefighting
  • Fire Protection Systems
  • Fire Instructor
  • Fire and Arson Investigation
  • Fire and Arson Investigation
  • Building Codes and Inspection
  • Fire Protection Hydraulics and Water Supply
  • Firefighting Strategy and Tactics

Why is the Fire Science Technology program at CCC so outstanding?

The Fire Science Technology program at Clovis Community College is designed to provide training in firefighting occupations including supervisory and administrative positions.

Participating in the Fire Science Technology program at Clovis Community College requires an application process. Here are the classes you need to take in order to earn your Associate of Applied Science in Fire Science Technology. You can view the CCC Course Catalog for more details, including course descriptions.

Gainful Employment

For more information about the Certificate of Completion program, including graduation rates and the median debt of students who completed the certificate, please click HERE.