Program of study for the PSLA, Executive Fire Administration concentration
FOR STUDENTS BEGINNING IN FALL 2018
(scroll down for previous version classes)

required core courses: 15 hours

  • CPP 520 Program Evaluation for Emergency Management & Homeland Security (3)
  • CPP 521 Public Finance and Project Management for Emergency Management & Homeland Security (3)
  • CPP 570 GIS for Hazards Analysis (3)
  • PAF 507 Public Human Resource Management (3)
  • PAF 508 Organization Behavior (3)

required concentration courses: 9 hours

  • CPP 530 Leadership & Innovation in Public Fire Services (3)
  • CPP 560 Emergency Services Operations Analysis & Planning (3)
  • PAF 560 Community Resilience (3)

electives: 6 hours

Choose 2 from the following:

  • CPP 511 Hazard Mitigation Planning (3)
  • CPP 512 Exercises and Planning for Emergency Management & Homeland Security (3)
  • CPP 513 Public Private Partnerships for Emergency Management & Homeland Security (3)
  • CPP 514 Inter-Agency and Inter-Sector Coordination for Emergencies and Disasters (3)
  • CPP 540 Foundations of Emergency Medical Services (3)
  • CPP 550 Community Paramedicine – Mobile Integrated Healthcare (3)
  • CRJ 554 Homeland Security (3)
  • PAF 552 Integrated Emergency Management (3)
  • PAF 555 Information Technology in Emergency Management (3)
  • PAF 561 Interoperability for Emergency Managers (3)

culminating experience: 3 hours
(must be taken during final semester)

  • CPP 593 Applied Project (3)

total required credit hours: 33 hours

Program of study for the PSLA, Executive Fire Administration concentration
FOR STUDENTS WHO STARTED BEFORE FALL 2018

required core courses: 15 hours

  • PAF 505 Public Policy Analysis (3)
  • PAF 506 Public Budgeting and Finance (3)
  • PAF 507 Public Human Resource Management (3)
  • PAF 508 Organization Behavior (3)
  • CPP 591 Topic: GIS for Hazards Analysis (3)

required concentration courses: 9 hours

  • CPP 530 Leadership & Innovation in Public Fire Services (3)
  • CPP 560 Emergency Services Operations Analysis & Planning (3)
  • PAF 560 Community Resilience (3)

electives: 6 hours

Choose 2 from the following:

  • CPP 540 Foundations of Emergency Medical Services (3)
  • CPP 550 Community Paramedicine – Mobile Integrated Healthcare (3)
  • CRJ 554 Homeland Security (3)
  • PAF 552 Integrated Emergency Management (3)
  • PAF 555 Information Technology in Emergency Management (3)
  • PAF 561 Interoperability for Emergency Managers (3)
  • Other graduate-level CPP or PAF course with program approval

culminating experience: 3 hours
(must be taken during final semester)

  • CPP 593 Applied Project (3)

total required credit hours: 33 hours