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Fire Service Management—Admissions and Transfer Information

Course Equivalency to Illinois State Fire Marshal Certification Series
This table presents the equivalency of Moraine Valley Community College Fire Service Management Program Courses to the Illinois State Fire Marshal Certified Classes Office of the State Fire Marshal (OSFM)

Moraine Valley Courses

OSFM Certification

Fire Officer I

Fire Officer II

FIS-103

 

Fire Prevention Principles I

 

FIS-107

 

Tactics and Strategy I

 

FIS-201

  

Instructor I

   

FIS-202

  

  

Instructor II

FIS-203

Fire Apparatus Engineer

 

  

FIS-204

Hazardous Materials First Responder

  

  

FIS-110   Haz-Mat Awareness    
FIS-205   Fire Science Management I   

FIS-113

Technical Rescue Awareness

   

FIS-206

VMO

  

  

FIS-207

  

  

Tactics and Strategy II

FIS-208

  

  

Fire Prevention Principles II

FIS-209

  

Management II

  

FIS-210

  

  

Management III

FIS-211       Management IV
FIS-212 Fire Prevention Officer I

FIS-213

Fire Prevention Officer I

FIS-214

Fire Prevention Officer I
FIS-215, 216, 217, 218, and 219   FF II    
FIS-220 and 221   FF II    

TRANSFER OPTIONS
Southern Illinois University at Carbondale (SIUC)
Major:
Fire Science Management, Capstone Option
Through Southern Illinois University's Capstone Option, students with a Moraine Valley Fire Science Technology A.A.S. degree are able to earn a baccalaureate degree in Fire Science Management in minimal time (60 semester hours beyond the A.A.S.). The SIU Fire Science Management Capstone program is held at Triton Community College, 2000 Fifth Ave., River Grove, Illinois 60171. For more information, contact Gary Kistner, Program Coordinator, 618-453-7277.

In addition to earning the Moraine Valley Fire Science A.A.S. degree, Capstone students must satisfy the following Southern Illinois University Core Curriculum requirements:

English - 3 credit hours
COM-101 with a grade of "C" or better

Speech - 3 credit hours
COM-103

Social/Behavioral Sciences - 6 credit hours - Select two courses from different subject areas.
Only one course from History can be selected.
*
Note: PSC-210 is considered a History course at SIUC. ANT-201, 202, 210; ECO-101, 102; GEO-101, 102, 201; HIS-105, 202, 215, 220; PSC-103, 110, 115, 210*, 215, 225; PSY-101, 104,105, 106, 202, 210; SOC-101, 204; SPA-212; SSC-101, 102

Mathematics - 3 credit hours - Select one course from:
MTH-120, 121, 122, 139, 141, 142, 143, 145, 150, 151, 152, 201, 210, 212

Science - 6 credit hours - Select one course from each group:
G
roup 1: CHM-111, 131, 132, 203, 204; EAS-120, 125; GEL-150, 151; PHY-101, 102, 106, 110, 112, 150, 151, 203, 204, 205; PHS-101, 103, 105
Group 2: BIO-111, 112, 119, 211, 212, 230

Humanities - 3 credit hours - Select one course from:
ART 205, 206, 208; HIS-101, 102, 210; HUM-101, 115, 120; LIT-213 through 218, 220 through 225; PHI-101, 110, 111, 125; SPA-213

Fine Arts - 3 credit hours - Select one course from:
ART-110, 116, 118, 209; HUM-104; MUS-107; THE 105, 107, 110, 111

Multicultural Diversity in the United States - 3 credit hours - Select one course from:
HIS-201, 204; LIT-219; MUS-106; PHI-120; SOC-210

Comments
This program requires two applications to SIU: one for Capstone and one for Undergraduate Admissions. A minimum grade point average of 2.25 (4.0 scale), and some additional coursework beyond Moraine Valley's Fire Science Technology A.A.S. degree. See a Moraine Valley academic advisor for more information.

Check back every semester for updates.
Every effort has been made to make this information accurate. This information is subject to change and may change without notice. It is the responsibility of the student to select the appropriate courses and to ascertain degree requirements.

 
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