The 911 Telecommunicator Services concentration prepares students and those currently working in emergency communications centers or other public safety organizations to be future leaders in 911 communication centers. A 911 telecommunicator, sworn officer in a public safety organization, firefighter or EMT can receive up to nine credit hours toward a degree.
The Public Safety Administration curriculum, in general, is designed to provide students and the technical, managerial and administrative knowledge and skills needed to enter or advance in various public safety and government organizations.
Course work covers a number of subject areas, including the following:
Employment opportunities exist with the following: