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Bachelor of Arts in Fire and Emergency Services Administration
( East Georgia State College )

Institutional and Program Accreditation

Program accreditation: SACS, FESHE

East Georgia State College is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS).

General Information

Servicemembers Opportunity College (SOC): NA   [ more information ]
Program / Degree Level: Undergraduate, Bachelor's
Subject Area: Public Administration and Social Service Professions
Program Website: http://www.ega.edu/programs/bachelor_of_arts_in_fire_and_emergency_services
Enrollment Capacity: 50

Full Description

The Fire and Emergency Services Administration (FESA) Bachelor¿s degree fully online program is designed to create a career pathway for firefighters, emergency services personnel, and others interested in public affairs management.  Fire service, emergency service, disaster preparedness, and public management courses comprise the program. 

Delivery Format

The program is delivered primarily through Internet  

Campus Attendance Requirements

No campus visits.  All coursework and assignments conducted online.

Prerequisites

Contact program director.  

Application Information

Term Application Deadline
Fall Aug  01 
Spring Jan  02 
Summer May  20 

Financial Aid: For information about cost and financial aid deadlines, please see the Cost & Financial Aid information for the program.

Special Requirements

Contact program director.  

Technical Requirements

  • Computer with current operating system (Windows or Mac). Additional peripherals; Headphones, printer may be required.
  • High Speed Internet Access

Bachelor of Arts in Fire and Emergency Services Administration
( East Georgia State College )

Program Cost Information **

Online Tuition Rate$ 333.00 USD (Average per course cost, Not including fees)

** Actual tuition costs may vary, based on the program, student level and student major. Please be sure to contact the college or university for your specific tuition and fee amounts.

Other cost considerations:
    Please consult program director for specifics. Some fees for proctoring may be required.

Financial Aid

Financial Aid Application Deadlines
Fall Jun 01 
Spring Oct 01 
Summer Mar 01 
Financial Aid Available: Grants, Loans, Scholarships,  
Website: http://www.ega.edu/forms/ask_egsc
Email: ask_egsc@ega.edu
Telephone: 478-289-2169

Financial Aid Notes

Please consult program director for specifics.

Special Financial Aid Opportunities

Please consult program director for specifics.

Bachelor of Arts in Fire and Emergency Services Administration
( East Georgia State College )

Credit Hours

Total Hours Required to Earn Degree/Certificate: 60 (semester hours)
Maximum Hours Transferable into Program: 62

Credit Transfer Policy

Please consult program director for specifics.

Special Credit Transfer Information

Please consult program director for specifics.

Bachelor of Arts in Fire and Emergency Services Administration
( East Georgia State College )

Admissions

Please see the program page at http://www.ega.edu/programs/bachelor_of_arts_in_fire_and_emergency_services and the college catalog at http://www.ega.edu/offices/student_affairs/registrars_office/catalogs for complete information.

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Admissions Contact

Website: http://www.ega.edu/admissions/admissions_start_here
Email: bewalker@ega.edu
Telephone: 478-289-2051

Application Deadlines

Fall Aug  01 
Spring Jan  02 
Summer May  20 

Pre-Enrollment Advising

Name:  Beverley Walker
Email:  bewalker@ega.edu
Telephone:  478-289-2051

Bachelor of Arts in Fire and Emergency Services Administration
( East Georgia State College )

Projected Course Offerings

FESA 3101 Fire and Emergency Services Administration
FESA 3102 Fire Prevention Organization and Management
FESA 3103 Ethics in Public Service
FESA 3104 Community Risk Reduction
FESA 3105 Emergency and Disaster Planning
FESA 3106 Fire Analysis and Investigation

FESA 3107 Adv. Prin. in Fire & Emergency Services Safety and Survival
FESA 4101 Political and Legal Foundations of Fire Protection
FESA 4102 Applications of Fire Research
POLS 4890 Personnel Management for Fire and Emergency Services
POLS 4300 Public Budgeting and Decision Making
FESA 4203 Capstone in Fire and Emergency Services


FESA 3108 Managerial Issues in Hazardous Materials
FESA 3109 Advanced Strategies and Tactics for FESA
FESA 3110 Natural Disaster Management
FESA 4201 Seminar in Fire and Emergency Services
FESA 4202 Practicum

Additional Schedule Information

Students may have to take additional guided electives at the 1000-2000 level depending on prior courses.

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