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Fire and Emergency Services Administration Degrees

Looking for a place to get a degree in Fire and Emergency Services Administration?  East Georgia State College is the place for you!  Whether you are looking to get started with your college career, or seeking to transfer to earn a bachelor’s degree, we have a place for you!

Here, you’ll find:

  • An Associate of Arts degree providing courses in fire and emergency services, building construction, safety and survival and fire protection, to name a few.
  • A Bachelor of Arts degree offering challenging coursework in fire and emergency services administration, leadership, budgeting, ethics and professional development to prepare you for a leadership role in the administration and management of an emergency services organization.
  • Great faculty, such as Beverley Walker, a former fire lieutenant with 25 years of fire and emergency service experience, and many years as an instructor and trainer in Georgia and at the National Fire Academy.
  • An on-line learning environment, to meet the complex demands of the schedule of emergency services and aspiring public management professionals.
  • An affordable way to continue your studies, with reasonable tuition, generous financial aid availability, and access to the HOPE Scholarship benefits.

Where Will You Go From Here?

   Anywhere you choose! Students graduating with an Associate degree can continue their educational career seamlessly here at East Georgia State College and seek their Bachelor Degree.  Those with a bachelor degree can continue their education at other institutions of higher learning. Our degree is also accepted by the National Fire Academy for the Executive Fire Officer or Managing Officer programs.
   Each of these degrees is a “one of a kind degree” in the University System of Georgia, and prepare individuals for jobs in the field of fire, emergency medicine, emergency management, law enforcement, and other career fields that provide for the public good.
   No other degree program in Georgia offers such a unique combination of vital coursework in fire and emergency services administration, public management, leadership, and professional development.
   Our program follows the design set forth by the Fire and Emergency Services Higher Education (FESHE) curriculum created at the National Fire Academy.  Both the Associate of Arts and the Bachelor of Arts in Fire and Emergency Services Administration follow the career pathway that is part of the Professional Development ladder designed by FESHE.  These degrees will create a career pathway for firefighters, emergency services personnel, and other interested in public affairs management.
   For more information on this exciting program, contact Beverley Walker, Program Director, at 478-289-2051, or bewalker@ega.edu.

Associate of Arts in Fire and Emergency Services Administration

Associate of Arts in Fire and Emergency Services Administration

East Georgia State College is a great place to start your studies in Fire and Emergency Services Administration.

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Bachelor of Arts in Fire and Emergency Services Administration

Bachelor of Arts in Fire and Emergency Services Administration

EGSC now offers the FESHE recognized four-year degree in Fire and Emergency Services Administration!

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