Master of Science in Fire Protection and Safety Engineering


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Course Overview

The fire protection and safety engineering technology (FPST) curriculum provides preparation for assessing and reducing the loss potential with respect to fire, safety, industrial hygiene, and hazardous material incidents. With respect to fire, reducing the loss potential might involve setting design criteria with a special emphasis on life safety or fire resistivity or specifying automatic detection or extinguishing systems. When considering safety, reducing accidents may require special protective equipment or clothing, or the redesign of machinery or processes.

Reducing losses caused by environmental problems may require sampling air for contaminants, such as asbestos or toxic chemicals, or monitoring noise levels, and the development of procedures to address practical approaches to compliance with state and federal regulations. Addressing the problems of handling and disposing of hazardous chemicals, such as spill control, is often required. Managing risk and compliance with federal laws and regulations relative to occupational safety and health and hazardous materials is an increasingly important job activity. Download Course Catalog.

Program Structure:

Course Code First Semester Courses Credit
ENG 801 Fire Science Dissertation 5
ENG 802 Research Methods 5
ENG 803 Advanced Engineering Design Project 5
ENG 804 Fire in Buildings 5
ENG 805 Computational Fluid Dynamics 5
ENG 806 Fire Engineering Solutions 5
TOTAL CREDITS 30
Course Code Second Semester Courses Credit
ENG 811 Energy and Sustainability 5
ENG 812 Risk Assessment and Management 5
ENG 813 Safety Health and Environmental Management 5
ENG 814 Accidents and Catastrophes 5
ENG 815 Emergency Preparedness and Response 5
ENG 816 Computational Fluid Dynamics 5
TOTAL CREDITS 30
Course Code Third Semester Courses Credit
ENG 821 Fire Protection Strategies 5
ENG 822 Fire and Combustion 5
ENG 823 Forensic Analysis 5
ENG 824 Expert Witness in the Legal Process 5
ENG 825 Practical Fire Investigation 5
ENG 826 Human Response to Fire 5
TOTAL CREDITS 30
Course Code Fourth Semester Courses Credit
ENG 831 Human Factors Methods 4
ENG 832 Fire Safety, Explosions and Process Safety 4
ENG 833 Environmental Impact Assessment 4
ENG 834 Value and Risk Management 4
ENG 835 Project Management Theory and Practice 4
ENT 836 Entrepreneurship 5
ENG 837 Master Thesis 5
TOTAL CREDITS 30

 

Career Opportunities

Fire Protection and Safety graduates a few years after graduation will be:

  • Earning and pursuing personal, technical and professional advancement through their
    employment.
  • Continuing the pursuit of life-long learning through membership and participation in
    professional organizations.
  • Developing business expertise within their selected employment organization.
  • Successfully applying mathematical, analytical, and technical skills to solve complex problems
    in the selected field.
  • Meeting the highest standards of ethical practice in their profession.

 

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