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FSE 445 – Advanced Structural Fire Protection

Examines principles involved in structural fire protection: behavior of materials and design considerations for each material in regards to a structure’s design under fire attack and resistive protection methods. (Prerequisite course: CON 322)

Instructor: Andrew Tinsley

2 Responses to “FSE 445 – Advanced Structural Fire Protection”

  1. Good day!

    I would like to have an insight on how I can attend the course. I live in Finland and I work for a Fire Engineering consultancy. Though, I have no education in this field and I am a new commer.

    Best regards,
    Bahare Afrahi

    • csimone says:

      Hello! This course is part of our bachelor’s degree program in Fire Protection and Safety Engineering Technology. To learn more please fill out the form on this page and an enrollment advisor will get in touch with you soon. Thanks!

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