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FSE 322 – Fire Protection Structures and System Design

Students in this course will be able to explain the basic concepts and principles involved with the design, inspection, installation, testing and maintenance of fire protections structures and systems.

FSE 360 – Fire Protection Hydraulics and Water Supply

The Water Supply for Fire Protection course addresses the role of water and how it plays a key component in fire prevention and suppression.

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.

FSE 481 – Fire Protection Design

Comprehensive project emphasizing a team approach to the design process. Problem formulation; project management; drawings and specifications; cost.

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