University of Alaska, Fairbanks
Transfer Information Presentation
Presentation, Information and Free Lunch!
UAF Transfer Information Presentation
Monday, Oct. 12th, 12-12:30pm
Room W101 1530 West 17th Street, Santa Ana, CA 92706, United States
- Course work completed at SAC in Fire Technology will transfer toward a degree in Homeland Security and Emergency Management. This is a comprehensive, integrated curriculum which prepares students for work in any of at least 12 different fields of Emergency Management in both public service and private industry. This program is also available through distance education. Students can concentrate in Emergency Management, Homeland Security (Military Studies) or Fire Administration.
- UAF is a member of the Western Undergraduate Exchange program. The degree programs in Fire Protection, Paramedicine and Homeland Security are offered through this program, providing students with priority placement and reduced tuition. (Students pay 150% of resident tuition rate.) They have an extensive list of other degrees also offered through WUE.
- UAF offers scholarship and financial aid opportunities for transfer students, including a scholarship for Transfer Honors students with a 3.5 gpa or better.
- Students can work as paid Firefighter/EMT’s while they complete their degree program. Students earn $18-$24,000 per year and work up to 56 hours each week. Students attend class while on duty. Students live firefighter dormitories. Aprox 20 students are hired each year. Positions with the University Fire Department are competitive.
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Santa Ana College Fire Technology Program
Mission Statement: The Santa Ana College Fire Technology Department serves a diverse community of students. The program provides students the opportunity to develop the technical, academic and professional competencies required for fire and emergency service professions, as well as transfer to higher educational institutions. The department is committed to developing civic leaders that advocate, champion and engage in the ethical administration of public policy.
We are located in the Caesar Chavez Building- Room A-113