Fire and law enforcement professionals might have different responsibilities but they do have at least one common goal; protecting their community, whether it's from crime, natural disaster or negligence. Whether it be as a police officer, firefighter, or rescue worker, fire and law enforcement professionals put their lives on the line in order to save ours.
In addition to the intensive... training they go through in their respective academies, many fire and law enforcement professionals also have a related academic background. Relevant coursework includes Police Science, Fire Science, Law Enforcement Administration, and Fire Service.
To help with career advancement, professionals can complete programs at the associate's, bachelor's, and master's levels. Because of the rigorous work and changing shifts in fire and law enforcement, an online degree can be a nice fit for such professionals.
Fire and law enforcement degree programs not only explain the technical procedures of each job, they also focus on the social implications and historical contexts of public service. Police Science will likely involve criminal justice while Fire Science will most likely involve natural science.
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The Bachelor of Science in Fire and Emergency Management is designed for emergency services personnel who want to increase their administrative and management knowledge as well as occupational and lif
Kaplan University's Master of Public Administration is designed to help practicing and aspiring administrators develop the skills and techniques to provide leadership in a variety of public servic
Ottawa University has created a practitioner-focused degree – The Bachelor of Arts in Law Enforcement.