Fire Protection & Safety Engineering Technology Bachelor’s Degree
Eastern Kentucky University’s bachelor’s degree program in Fire Protection and Safety Engineering Technology (FPSET) has been accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET, https://www.abet.org.
FIRE PROTECTION & SAFETY ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY BACHELOR'S DEGREE PROGRAM
The Fire Protection and Safety Engineering Technology program at EKU is a unique program that provides you with the knowledge to investigate fire damage, research why protective measures failed, and identify how more effective fire prevention methods can be developed and designed.
FPSET Course Descriptions
FPSET Educational Objectives
FPSET Enrollment & Graduation Data
Courses in the Fire Protection and Safety Engineering Technology bachelor’s degree program are designed to provide you with a strong background in math and science, while also teaching you about the dynamics of fire and fire protection systems.
Course topics include:
- Fire Dynamics
- System Safety Analysis
- Industrial Fire Safety
- Fire Protection Design
Faculty members in the fire and safety degree programs are nationally and internationally known for their teaching, research and dedication to the fire and safety fields. However, perhaps most importantly, the professors are especially dedicated to student success and are involved in every aspect of fire and safety.
They are active in a number of professional organizations including:
- National Association of Fire Investigators
- International Association of Fire Chiefs
- National Fire Protection Association
- International Society of Fire Service Instructors
- International Association of Arson Investigators