Majoring in Public Safety Management may be right for you.
You’ll learn about the administration of emergency services, the principles of public safety and the art of decision-making, in classes that focus on public safety, criminal justice, financial management, terrorism and public policy, public management, emergency services administration, solid and hazardous waste management, research methods and GIS techniques.
Complete list of requirements for the Public Safety Management major: degree planning sheet
Full-time firefighters who are trained and employed by the following departments are eligible for nine undergraduate credit hours from the School of Public and Environmental Affairs. You can apply these credits towards any of SPEA's undergraduate degree programs. The course credit is for Principles of Public Safety SPEA-J 376, Emergency Services Administration SPEA-V 375 and Internship in Public Affairs SPEA-V 380.
Participating fire departments:
For more information, contact the SPEA Recorder at 317-274-4656. Download an application for credit.