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OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND FIRE SCIENCE

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SCHOOL OF OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND FIRE SCIENCE

The Occupational Safety & Fire Sciences Field at Mount Lincoln teaches the practice of mitigating the unwanted effects of fires. It involves the study of the behavior, compartmentalization, suppression and investigation of fire and its related emergencies, as well as the research and development, production, testing and application of mitigating systems.


  Majors Offered by School of Occupational Safety and Fire Sciences

Mount Lincoln University School of Occupational Safety and Fire Sciences offer following majors to student:
  • Occupational safety and health
  • Fire sciences
 


  Programs offered by School of Occupational Safety and Fire Sciences

Programs offered by school of Occupational Safety and Fire Sciences are listed below. Select your preferred program from below in order to learn more about its eligibility criteria, application process, fees and other details:

  Degree Programs

  Eligibility Criteria

Associate Degree (AS) Minimum high school or equiv.
Associate-to-Bachelor's Degree (BS) Associate degree, or equir.
international education
Bachelor's Degree (BS) Minimum high school or equiv.
Masters Degree (MS) Minimum Bachelor's or equiv.

  Diploma Programs

  Eligibility Criteria

Undergraduate Diploma in Occupational Safety and Fire Science Minimum high school or equiv.
Graduate Diploma in Occupational Safety and Fire Science Minimum Bachelor's or equiv.

  Certificate Programs

  Eligibility Criteria

Undergraduate Course Certificate in Occupational Safety and Fire Science Minimum high school or equiv.
Graduate Course Certificate in Occupational Safety and Fire Science Minimum Bachelor's or equiv.
Undergraduate Certificate in Occupational Safety and Fire Science Minimum high school or equiv.
Graduate Certificate in Occupational Safety and Fire Science Minimum Bachelor's or equiv.