Fire, Arson and Explosion Investigation Bachelor’s Degree Curriculum

Fire, Arson and Explosion Investigation Bachelor’s Degree Curriculum

Core Courses 9 hours

  • FSE 101: Fire Prevention
  • FSE 120: Fire Behavior & Combustion
  •  FSE 200: Applied Fire/Safety Analysis
  • FSE 201 or 201S: Building Construction
  • FSE 221: Fire Protection System
  • FSE 223: Fire and Emergency Scene Operations
  • FSE 250: Introduction to Fire Arson and Explosion Investigation
  • FSE 260: Proving Criminal Acts
  • FSE 280: Constitutional Criminal Procedure
  • FSE 305: Hazardous Materials
  • FSE 330: Principles of Criminal Investigation
  • FSE 349: Applied Learning in Fire & Safety Engineering
  • FSE 350: Fire Arson & Explosion Investigation l
  • FSE 355: Fire Dynamics
  • FSE 370: Electrical & Mechanical Systems Failure Analysis
  • FSE 380: Analysis of Fire & Explosion Scenes
  • FSE 450: Advanced Explosion & Bombing Investigation
  • FSE 495: Fire Arson & Explosion Case Preparation
  • FSE 496:
  • FSE 499: Practicum

Supporting Course Requirements*  14 hours                                

  • CHE 101: Introductory Chemistry l and CHE 102: Introductory Chemistry ll  
  • FOR 301: Introduction to Criminalistics
  • MAT 114: College Algebra

*Some supporting courses will count toward the General Education Requirements. See catalog for details.

 

Free Electives 13 hours

EKU General Education Requirements 40 hours
(See catalog for details.)

Total Hours Required for Degree Completion 120 hours

For a full list of course descriptions please see section 7 of the university undergraduate catalog.