A.S. DEGREE: FIRE SCIENCE
A two-year program combining fire service training with general education courses is offered to allow the student to earn an Associate of Science degree, as well as complete the transfer requirements for four-year colleges and universities. Students must complete six required core courses (18 units) within the major plus 12 additional elective units as found in the program electives and meet the General Education requirements.
CERTIFICATE OF ACHIEVEMENT: FIRE SCIENCE
MJC offers a Certificate of Achievement in Fire Science. This program consists of completion of 30 units. Students must complete the 18 unit core courses and the 12 additional units of program electives.
CERTIFICATE OF ACHIEVEMENT: FIRE ACADEMY
When students successfully complete the MJC State Fire Marshal Accredited Fire Academy they also qualify to receive a Certificate of Achievement for completing the Fire Academy.
Students should apply for their certificates during the semester in which they are completing their final program requirements. For current information on all of these programs please contact the RFTC at (209) 548-5706.
Applications for the Fall 2022- Spring 2023 school year are no longer available. The deadline to submit all required documentation and complete the application was January 31, 2022. The scholarship application for Fall 2023-Spring 2024 will be available online October 1, 2022, with a deadline of January 31, 2023. For questions regarding the MJC Scholarship Program, please contact the MJC Scholarship Office at (209) 575-7715.
|Fire Science Scholarships Available|
|Ernest & Bertha Bewly Award- Industrial Fire District|
|George McGowan Firefighters|
|Antwan Moore Memorial|