Fire Protection Engineering Technology
Degree: Bachelor of Science, Fire and Safety Engineering Technology
Seneca Fire Protection Engineering Technology graduates with a GPA of 2.0 or better are eligible to transfer 3 years of credit toward this degree program. Students are required to take 60 credit hours of a 120-credit hour curriculum from the University of Cincinnati. UC College of Engineering & Applied Science requires a minimum of 40 credit hours be earned at UC to receive a bachelor’s degree in Fire Science. A Seneca graduate from the Fire Protection Engineering Technology program can apply for full-time status with the University of Cincinnati and take courses online with UC. A list of UC fire science courses can be found on their website: ceas.uc.edu/aerospace/FireScience.html. Links to access course schedules and curriculum maps for both bachelor’s and associate’s degree are listed.