276 School of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness. Associate of Applied Science Degree

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1 276 Associate of Applied Science Degree Criminal Justice Technology Crections Maj Military Science Option Peace Officer Academy Option Emergency Management and Planning Emergency Medical Management Emergency Medical Technician Basic Certification First Responder Certification Intermediate Certification Paramedic Certification Fire Science Technology Fire Officer Certificate Ohio Fire Academy Option Public Safety Communications...292

2 277 The offers career programs and professional development opptunities in a hands-on experiential learning environment. A broad range of degrees, certificates and courses reflect trends of today s employment market in Criminal Justice, Fire Science, Emergency Medical Management, Public Safety Communications and Emergency Management and Planning. In all programs, students benefit from expert faculty instruction, the latest technology, the state-of-the-art Center f Emergency Preparedness, certification courses, and academies which prepare graduates to enter the wkfce advance professionally. TOLEDO-AREA CAMPUS (567) GO-OWENS, Ext FINDLAY-AREA CAMPUS (567) GO-OWENS, Ext. 3562

3 278 Career Program Degree offered: Associate of Applied Science Criminal Justice Technology Campus offered: Toledo and Findlay Credits required: Career opptunities: With an ever-increasing demand f welleducated police and crections personnel, graduates can expect to find employment in state and local law enfcement agencies, juvenile and adult crections and probation and parole, as well as in private and public security agencies. Transfer infmation: Students planning to continue their education at a four-year college university will find that Owens Community College courses readily transfer to most institutions. Students should tail their Owens program as closely as possible to the requirements at their four-year school of choice. Meet with an Enrollment Services representative f me infmation. Student advisement: Students who have acquire a felony conviction a conviction regarding drugs, weapons, domestic violence mal turpitude will find employment in the criminal justice field extremely unlikely. All students should check f prerequisites This program equips students with the technical skills to begin their careers in the criminal justice field. In addition to the technical courses, general education courses develop students to be me prepared to deal with social issues that confront them in the perfmance of their duty. The curriculum has been adapted to include contempary areas such as homeland security and community policing. Program choices: Students may pursue the associate degree in Criminal Justice Technology, combine the associate degree with the Owens Community College Basic Peace Officers Academy, attend the Basic Peace Officers Academy. Required Courses 1st Semester CJS 101 Introduction to Criminal Justice 3 lec 3 credits CJS 103 Criminology f Police/Crections 3 lec 3 credits IST 131 Computer Concepts and Applications 4 lec 4 credits PSY 101 General Psychology 3 lec 3 credits ENG 111 Composition I 3 lec 3 credits 16 credits 2nd Semester CJS 104 Juvenile Justice System 3 lec 3 credits CJS 120 Patrol Operations 2 lec 2 lab 3 credits CJS 121 Criminal Law and Procedure 3 lec 3 credits MTH 213 Intro to Business Statistics 3 lec 3 credits ENG 112 Composition II 3 lec 3 credits SPE 101 Public Speaking 3 lec 3 credits 18 credits 3rd Semester - Apply f graduation now CJS 123 Constitutional Law and Evidence 3 lec 3 credits CJS 205 Rept Writing f Criminal Justice 3 lec 3 credits CJS 212 Criminal Investigation 3 lec 3 credits CJS CJS Elective lec 2-3 credits CJS CJS Elective lec 2-3 credits S&B Social & Behavial Sciences Elective 2 3 lec 3 credits credits 4th Semester CJS 211 Crime Scene Processing 2 lec 3 lab 3 credits CJS 260 Professional Standards 3 lec 3 credits CJS 230 Supervision f Criminal Justice CJS 231 Criminal Justice Administration 3 lec 3 credits HUM 245 Models of Leadership HUM 250 Leadership Development 3 lec 3 credits SOC 220 Multicultural Diversity in the U.S. 3 lec 3 credits A&H Arts and Humanities Elective lec 3-4 credits credits

4 279 Students will demonstrate the ability to make ethical decisions. Students will apply basic criminal law to various situations. Students will apply U.S. Constitution and principles of evidence in search and seizure situations. Students will demonstrate appropriate al communication during stops and arrests. Students will effectively recd, rept and document incidents. Students will demonstrate crect procedure in various situations (stops, arrest, affidavits, etc.). Students will identify the fundamental steps of a criminal investigation. Students will properly process crime scenes. Students will become familiar with different societal backgrounds (social, economic, sexual ientation, race, religious, etc.). 1 Only the following CJS electives can be taken: CJS 105, 108, 109, 140, 210, 217, 245, 265, Check with the Department Chair f CJS 150, 151, 253, Students must select one of the following Social and Behavial Science courses: GOV 100, GOV 111, GPH 106, PSY 215, PSY 220 SOC Students must select from one of the following Arts and Humanities courses: HIS 101, HIS 102, HIS 151, HIS 152, HUM 275, PHL 101 PHL 102, American Sign Language a Wld Language. All students should check f prerequisites

5 280 Career Program Criminal Justice Technology Degree offered: Associate of Applied Science Campus offered: Toledo and Findlay Credits required: Career opptunities: Highly trained Crections graduates can expect to find employment in federal, state, county, local and private facilities due to an increasing emphasis on incarceration, new technologies involving home moniting and new rehabilitation programs. Student advisement: Students who have acquire a felony conviction a conviction regarding drugs, weapons, domestic violence mal turpitude will find employment in the criminal justice field extremely unlikely. Students who take Crections Elective in the 4th semester may exceed the 73 credit hour limit. All students should check f prerequisites Crections Maj This program focuses on the technological and administrative functions, as well as the personal skills necessary to succeed in the challenging area of Crections. 1 Students must select one of the following Criminal Justice courses: CJS 105, CJS 108, CJS 109, CJS 120, CJS 140, CJS 210, CJS 217, CJS 245, CJS 265 CJS Students must select one of the following Arts and Humanities courses: HIS 101, HIS 102, HIS 151, HIS 152, HIS 201, HIS 202, HUM 275, PHL 101, PHL Students must select one of the following Social and Behavial Science courses: GOV 100, GOV 111, GOV 205, GPH 106, SOC 101 PSY 215. Required Courses 1st Semester CJS 101 Intro to Criminal Justice 3 lec 3 credits CJS 103 Criminology f Police/Crections 3 lec 3 credits CJS 121 Criminal Law and Procedure 3 lec 3 credits MTH 213 Intro to Business Statistics 3 lec 3 credits PSY 101 General Psychology 3 lec 3 credits ENG 111 Composition I 3 lec 3 credits 18 credits 2nd Semester CJS 104 Juvenile Justice System 3 lec 3 credits CJS 123 Constitutional Law and Evidence 3 lec 3 credits CJS 150 Introduction to Crections 3 lec 3 credits CJS 151 Crectional Institutions 3 lec 3 credits IST 131 Computer Concepts and Applications 4 lec 4 credits ENG 112 Composition II 3 lec 3 credits 19 credits 3rd Semester - Apply f graduation now CJS 253 Legal Issues in Crections 3 lec 3 credits CJS 257 Crectional Rehab and Treatment 3 lec 3 credits CJS 259 Community Crections 3 lec 3 credits SOC 220 Multicultural Diversity in the U.S. 3 lec 3 credits HUM 245 Models of Leadership HUM 250 Leadership Development 3 lec 3 credits SPE 101 Public Speaking 3 lec 3 credits 18 credits 4th Semester CJS 205 Rept Writing f Criminal Justice 3 lec 3 credits CJS 231 Criminal Justice Administration 3 lec 3 credits CJS 260 Prof. Standards in Criminal Justice 3 lec 3 credits CJS Crections Elective credits Arts and Humanities Elective 2 3 lec 3 credits Soc and Behav Sciences Elective 3 3 lec 3 credits credits

6 281 Students will demonstrate the ability to make ethical decisions. Students will apply U.S. Constitution and case law to crection situations (e.g., visit rights, use of fce and due process of law). Students will effectively recd, rept and document incidents. Students will determine appropriate course of action in different crections situations. Students will identify the different types of ganizational structures, purposes and programs, security aspects and impending issues of crectional facilities. Students will identify and explain various types of treatment and other sanctions available f crectional clients. Students will demonstrate the ability to locate, select and integrate library and/ electronic sources coherently into writing and/ decision making. Students will become familiar with different societal backgrounds (social, economic, sexual ientation, race, religious, etc.). All students should check f prerequisites

7 282 Transfer Program Criminal Justice Technology Military Science Option Degree offered: Associate of Applied Science Campus offered: Toledo Credits required: Transfer infmation: Students planning to continue their education at a four-year college university will find that Owens Community College courses readily transfer to most institutions. Students should tail their Owens program as closely as possible to the requirements at their four-year school of choice. Meet with an Enrollment Services representative the Chair f me infmation. This program option provides coursewk in military science. The military science courses may transfer to four-year colleges and universities with Army Air Fce ROTC programs. ROTC programs prepare students to become officers in the U.S. Army the U.S. Air Fce. All MLS courses meet at the University of Toledo and students should contact the ROTC program at Toledo f details. All AER courses meet at Bowling Green State University and should contact the ROTC program at Bowling Green f details. Required Courses 1st Semester CJS 101 Introduction to Criminal Justice 3 lec 3 credits MLS 1010 The Military Profession AER 111 Organization of the Air Fce 2 lec 2 credits PSY 101 General Psychology 3 lec 3 credits MTH 213 Intro to Business Statistics 3 lec 3 credits IST 131 Computing Concepts and Apps 4 lec 4 credits ENG 111 Composition I 3 lec 3 credits 18 credits 2nd Semester CJS 103 Criminology f Police/Crections 3 lec 3 credits CJS 105 Community Policing CJS 265 Wld Terrism 3 lec 3 credits CJS 120 Patrol Operations 2 lec 2 lab 3 credits MLS 1020 Introduction to Leadership AER 112 Organization of Air Fce II 2 lec 2 credits ENG 112 Composition II 3 lec 3 credits PSY 215 Social Psychology SOC 220 Cultural Diversity in the U.S. 3 lec 3 credits 17 credits 3rd and 4th Semester required courses are on the following page. All students should check f prerequisites 1 Students must select one of the following Arts and Humanities courses: HIS 101, 102, 151, 152, 201, 202, HUM 275, PHL 101 PHL Students must select one of the following Social and Behavial courses: GOV 100, 111, 205, GPH 106, PSY 220, SOC 101

8 283 Required Courses, continued 3rd Semester - Apply f graduation now CJS 121 Criminal Law & Procedure 3 lec 3 credits CJS 205 Rept Writing f Criminal Justice 3 lec 3 credits CJS 210 Traffic Operations 3 lec 3 credits MLS 2010 Leadership and Tactics AER 211 Air Fce Histy I 2-3 lec 2-3 credits A&H Arts and Humanities Elective 1 3 lec 3 credits SPE 101 Public Speaking 3 lec 3 credits credits 4th Semester CJS 212 Criminal Investigation 3 lec 3 credits CJS 231 Criminal Justice Administration 3 lec 3 credits CJS 260 Prof Standards in Criminal Justice 3 lec 3 credits MLS 2020 Leadership and Management AER 212 Air Fce Histy II 2-3 lec 2-3 credits S&B Social & Behavial Sciences Elective 2 3 lec 3 credits credits At the completion of this option, students will be able to: Explain the customs and the role of modern military. Apply critical thinking and leadership skills to various scenarios. Write various military and criminal justice repts. Demonstrate the crect procedures f traffic stops. All students should check f prerequisites

9 284 Career Program Criminal Justice Technology Peace Officer Academy Option Campus offered: Toledo and Findlay Credits required: 81 Student advisement: Students who have acquire a felony conviction a conviction regarding drugs, weapons, domestic violence mal turpitude will find employment in the criminal justice field extremely unlikely. Students who successfully complete the Basic Peace Officer Academy are eligible to take the Ohio Basic Peace Officer Certification examination. Student who successfully complete the Basic Peace Officer Academy and selected courses from the Criminal Justice Degree Technology program will receive the associate degree. Courses in bold are offered as credit hour courses and credited to the Criminal Justice Tech program with the Peace Officer Academy Option. Owens Community College students who have completed the Basic Police Officer Academy may receive up to college credits toward the associate degree in Criminal Justice. Credit Transfer Some courses f credit in the basic academy do not count toward a degree, but are required f certification in the Academy. Courses f credit toward the associate degree are in bold print in the course list to the left. Students transferring from another law enfcement academy college may receive credit hours. Dual enrollment requirements Students who plan to attend the Basic Peace Officer Academy and wk toward an associate degree must notify the School of Public Safety Chair and the Peace Officer Academy Commander well in advance of registering f first-semester classes. The Academy has special admission requirements that must be addressed and met. Academy Option students must complete a physical examination and a background investigation pri to being admitted. Once approved by the Academy Commander, students may be excused from certain course prerequisites and co-requisites in the degree program. Some courses must be taken in a specific sequence and within specific time frames. Contact the Academy Commander f details. Course specifications Courses listed in the credit transfer section taken in accdance with the Basic Peace Officer Academy may be credited to the Associate of Applied Science Degree in Criminal Justice. But students taking degree program courses, who later apply f the Academy Program, will have to repeat courses from the degree program in the Academy. Students failing to make the necessary notifications, who later drop out of the academy option, are required to comply with degree program requirements. Students who are undecided are advised to take the General Education courses listed in the degree program until they have made a decision. Certification Students successfully completing the Basic Peace Officer Academy, the required physical conditions testing and the courses listed to the right will receive the associate degree and be eligible to take the Ohio Basic Peace Officer Certification examination. 1 All students should check f prerequisites

10 285 Basic Peace Officers Academy Courses* CJS 171 Basic Academy lec 4.5 lab 5 credits Firearms First Aid f Safety Personnel Community Policing CJS 172 Basic Academy lec 9.5 credits Introduction to Basic Training Rept Procedures Criminal Law and Procedure Criminal Investigations Constitutional Law and Evidence CJS 173 Basic Academy lec 5 lab 8.5 credit Physical Control Tactics Patrol Operations Prisoner Booking and Handling Civil Disders CJS 174 Basic Academy 4 5 lec 3 lab 6 credits Traffic Operations Physical Conditioning f Law Enfcement Officers Radar/Lidar Criminal Justice Courses CJS 101 Introduction to Criminal Justice 2 3 lec 3 credits CJS 103 Criminology f Police/Crections 3 lec 3 credits CJS 205 Rept Writing f Criminal Justice 3 lec 3 credits CJS 211 Crime Scene Processing 2 lec 3 lab 3 credits CJS 231 Criminal Justice Administration 3 lec 3 credits CJS Criminal Justice Elective 3 3 lec 3 credits CJS 260 Professional Standards 3 lec 3 credits 21 credits General Education Courses 1 ENG 111 Composition I 3 lec 3 credits ENG 112 Composition II 3 lec 3 credits MTH 213 Intro to Business Statistics 3 lec 3 credits PSY 101 General Psychology 3 lec 3 credits IST 131 Computing Concepts and Applications 4 lec 4 credits SOC 220 Multicultural Diversity in the U.S. 3 lec 3 credits SPE 101 Public Speaking 3 lec 3 credits HUM 245 Models of Leadership HUM 250 Leadership Development 3 lec 3 credits Arts and Humanities Elective 4 3 lec 3 credits Social and Behavial Sciences Elective 5 3 lec 3 credits 31 credits At the completion of this option, students will be able to: Demonstrate the ability to make crect and ethical decisions. Apply basic criminal law to various events. Write various criminal justice repts. Demonstrate crectly the procedure to make a felony stop and arrest. Demonstrate crectly traffic stop operations. 1 In addition to the academy program and the listed courses, students pursuing this option must also successfully complete all of the General Education courses required in the degree program. 2 Students currently employed full time by a law enfcement agency may select one of the following courses in lieu of CJS 101: CJS 104, CJS 140, CJS 217, CJS 245, CJS 265 CJS 290 (Students must obtain a course substitution fm from the Criminal Justice Chair.) 3 Select from: CJS 104, CJS Select from: HIS 101, HIS 102, HIS 151, HIS 152, HIS 201, HIS 202, HUM 275, PHL 101, PHL Select from: GOV 100, GOV 111, GOV 205, GPH 106, PSY 215, PSY 220 SOC 101.

11 286 DEGREE OFFERED: Associate of Applied Science Degree, Emergency Management and Planning Emergency Management and Planning Campus offered: Toledo CREDITS REQUIRED: 70 Student advisement: Students who have acquire a felony conviction a conviction regarding drugs, weapons, domestic violence mal turpitude will find employment in the criminal justice field extremely unlikely. All students should check f prerequisites This program prepares students to effectively perfm the duties and responsibilities of emergency managers and planners. Students will learn how to develop emergency preparedness plans, identify natural and man-made emergency needs and resources as well as how to operate an Emergency Operations Center. Graduates from this program can expect to find positions with national, regional, state and local government agencies with private relief ganizations and industry. All EMP courses are web courses. Students will design emergency response plans. Students will identify community and regional emergency needs and resources. Students will develop appropriate responses to natural disasters. Students will implement the Incident Command System and the Unified Command System in accdance with the National Incident Management System (NIMS). Students will demonstrate an understanding of the complexities of inter-agency communications during an emergency. Students will develop emergency training exercises. Students will conduct incident management and recovery operations. Required Courses 1st Semester ENG 111 Composition I 3 lec 3 credits PSY 101 General Psychology 3 lec 3 credits MTH 213 Intro to Business Statistics 3 lec 3 credits ENV 110 OSHA General Safety 3 lec 3 credits EMP 101 Natural and Man-made Disasters 3 lec 3 credits EMP 110 Emergency Planning I 3 lec 3 credits 18 credits 2nd Semester ENG 112 Composition II 3 lec 3 credits PHL 102 Principles of Ethics 3 lec 3 credits GOV 100 Introduction to Politics 3 lec 3 credits EMP 120 Emergency Planning II 3 lec 3 credits EMP 150 Hazardous Materials and WMD 3 lec 3 credits EMP 290 Legal Aspects of Emergency Planning 3 lec 3 credits 18 credits 3rd Semester - Apply f graduation now SPE 210 Small Group Communication 3 lec 3 credits IST 131 Computer Concepts and Applic 2 lec 2 lab 3 credits SOC 220 Multicultural Diversity in the U.S. 3 lec 3 credits CJS 265 Wld Terrism 3 lec 3 credits EMP 221 Applications in EMP 2 lec 2 credits EMP 230 Technical Response to WMD 3 lec 3 credits 17 credits 4th Semester HUM 245 Models of Leadership HUM 250 Leadership Development 3 lec 3 credits EMP 240 Interagency Communications 3 lec 3 credits EMP 245 Public Infmation and Media 2 lec 2 credits EMP 250 Incident Management/Recovery 3 lec 3 credits EMP 260 Emergency Exercise Develop 3 lec 3 credits PSY 215 Social Psychology 3 lec 3 credits 17 credits

12 Emergency Medical Management 287 Degree Offered: Associate of Applied Science Degree, Emergency Medical Management This program prepares the student f certification as a Paramedic in the State of Ohio. Further, it provides the student with the background to supervise and manage emergency medical first responder units in suppt of fire departments, ambulance companies and other first responder agencies. Graduates from this program can expect to find positions with federal, state and local fire departments, ambulance service companies and other private and public first responder ganizations. Students who plan on taking EMM 277 must contact the EMS Program Codinat well in advance of registering f EMM 277. This course has special admission requirements that must be addressed and met. Students will meet the prescribed requirements of a credentialing agency to practice the art and science of out-ofhospital medicine in conjunction with medical direction. Students will perfm patient assessments. Students will provide appropriate medical care to prevent and/ reduce mtality due to illness and/ injury. Students will provide medical care to emergency patients in outof-hospital settings. Students will demonstrate the knowledge, skills, and attitudes consistent with the expectations of the public and profession. Students will provide public education, health promotion and injury and illness prevention programs. Students will participate in the design, development, evaluation and publication of research. Students will assume an active role in community ganizations. Required Courses 1st Semester ENG 111 Composition I 3 lec 3 credits MTH 155 Applied Practical Math 3 lec 3 credits PHL 102 Principles of Ethics 3 lec 3 credits SUP 101 On Being a Supervis 1 lec 1 credit SUP 102 Managing Yourself 1 lec 1 credit SUP 104 Leadership 1 lec 1 credit EMM 270 Emergency Med Technician: Basic 4 lec 3 lab 5 credits 17 credits 2nd Semester EMM 274 Anatomy & Physiology f Paramedics 3 lec 3 credits ENG 112 Composition II 3 lec 3 credits IST 131 Computing Concepts & Applications 4 lec 4 credits SPE 101 Public Speaking 3 lec 3 credits SUP 222 Wkplace Diversity 3 lec 3 credits PSY 111 Industrial/Organizational Psychology 3 lec 3 credits 19 credits 3rd Semester EMM 275 Managing the Emergency Medical Service 3 lec 3 credits EMM 277 Paramedic I 5.25 lec 2.25 lab 7.5 clinical 8.5 credits 11.5 credits 4th Semester - Apply f graduation now ENG 130 Introduction to Technical Communication3 lec 3 credits EMM 279 Paramedic II 6 lec 2.25 lab 12 clinical credits credits 5th Semester EMM 281 Paramedic III 6 lec 1.5 lab 6.75 clinical 8.75 credits 8.75 credits Campus offered: Toledo Credits Required: 70 Student advisement: Students who have acquire a felony conviction a conviction regarding drugs, weapons, domestic violence mal turpitude will find employment in the criminal justice field extremely unlikely. All students should check f prerequisites

13 288 Emergency Medical Technician Certifications Owens Community College offers the following qualifying certification courses. Upon completion of one me of the courses, a certification examination is available at Owens Community College. Alternatively, courses listed below may be used toward a degree. (See degree programs in Fire Science and Emergency Medical Management.) EMM 268 First Responder Certification 1 This certification course is designed to provide highly trained individuals with the skills necessary to begin assessing and caring f patients at the scene of injury illness. The course follows the DOT (Department of Transptation) standards as well as the national standards curriculum. Those who successfully complete the course will be eligible to take the National Registry exam and receive state certification through the Ohio Department of Public Safety (ODPS). This course is offered to anyone who responds to medical emergencies as part of their career. Individuals interested in First Responder certification should register f: EMM First Responder 2 credits EMM 270 Emergency Medical Technician-Basic Certification This course is designed to help the student gain knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to be a competent entry level Emergency Medical Technician. The course follows the DOT (Department of Transptation) standards as well as the national standard curriculum. Those who successfully complete the course will be eligible to take the National Registry exam and receive state certification through Owens Community College. The EMT-Basic certification is offered f those who are considering a career in EMS, plan to become a paramedic, are enrolled in the Fire Science degree program. Must have a current American Heart Association health care provider CPR card. Only Individuals interested in EMT-Basic certification should register f: EMM EMT-Basic 4 lecture, 3 lab, 5 credits EMM 271 Emergency Medical Technician - Intermediate Certification This course is designed to increase the scope of practice f the EMT-B. The course follows the State of Ohio curriculum and includes IV therapy, cardiac moniting and me patient assisted medications. Those who successfully complete the course will be eligible to take the National Registry exam and receive state certification through the Ohio Department of Public Safety (ODPS). This course is offered f Emergency Medical Technicians who are interested in furthering their career considering becoming a paramedic. Individuals interested in EMT-Intermediate certification should register f: EMM EMT-Intermediate 4 lec, 3 lab, 5 credits Prerequisite: EMM 270 EMM 277, EMM 279, EMM 281 Emergency Medical Technician-Paramedic Certification 1 These courses are designed f the EMT-Basic Intermediate to complete the principles of advanced care and EMS operations. The courses follow the DOT (Department of Transptation) standards as well as the national standard curriculum. Individuals who successfully complete the courses will be eligible to take the National Registry exam and receive state certification through the Ohio Department of Public Safety (ODPS). Pre-requisites include EMM 270 and EMM 274. EMM 277 Paramedic I 5.25 lec 2.25 lab 7.5 clinical 8.5 credits F EMM 279 Paramedic II 6 lec 2.25 lab 12 clinical credits SP EMM 281 Paramedic III 6 lec 1.5 lab 6.75 clinical 8.75 credits SP 1 EMM 268, EMM 270 and EMM 271 are certified through Owens Community College. EMM 277, EMM 279 and EMM 281 are certified through UT. College credit f all of these courses is gained through Owens Community College.

14 Fire Science Technology Career Program 289 Degree offered: Associate of Applied Science This program is designed f the student interested in a career in fire prevention, fire protection firefighting. Classes and labaty experiences provide the student with applicable knowledge in both physical and natural sciences. Course emphasis is placed on the Four Es of fire protection: Engineering, Education, Enfcement and Extinguishment. Several courses are offered in a distance learning fmat that allows fire service personnel to earn credit toward an associate degree while upgrading their professional skills. The distance learning method allows the firefighter to schedule academic and professional development around wk assignments. Firefighters who take courses at the Ohio Fire Academy receive credit towards the Fire Science Degree from Owens Community College. Students may take those courses not available on site at the Ohio Fire Academy through distance learning on campus with Owens Community College. Students will consider/consult appropriate code, standard law in decision making. Students will meet the basic State of Ohio certification requirements f Volunteer Firefighter FF1. Students will apply basic considerations of tt law to fire service situations. Students will write effective technical/medical repts. Students will complete a fire assessment center process. Students will perfm firefighter duties in the field. Students will perfm inspections pertaining to fire prevention. Students will perfm safety analyses of various situations and identify hazardous materials. Students will demonstrate proper emergency medical techniques in labaty settings. Required Courses 1st Semester ENG 111 Composition I 3 lec 3 credits FST 100 Basic Fire Fighting Techniques 1, 2 2 lec 3 lab 2 credits FST 101 Intro to Fire Service Organizations 2 3 lec 3 credits MTH 213 Intro to Business Statistics 3 lec 3 credits PHY 115 Physical Science f Technology 4 lec 4 credits SPE 101 Public Speaking 3 lec 3 credits 18 credits 2nd Semester IST 131 Computer Concepts and Apps 3 lec 3 credits ENG 112 Composition II 3 lec 3 credits FST 102 Managing the Fire Service 3 lec 3 credits FST 115 Building Design and Construction 2 3 lec 3 credits FST 117 Hazardous Materials 3 lec 3 credits GOV 205 State and Local Government 3 lec 3 credits 18 credits 3rd Semester - Apply f graduation now FST 130 Fire Technical Rept Writing 2 lec 2 credits FST 205 Legal Aspects of the Fire Service 3 lec 3 credits FST 210 Fire Fighting Tactics and Command 3 lec 3 credits FST 230 Fire Inspection Principles 2 3 lec 3 credits EMM 270 Emergency Medical Technician-Basic 4 lec 4 lab 5 credits PHL 102 Principles of Ethics 3 lec 3 credits 19 credits 4th Semester FST 240 Fire Fighter Safety and Survival 3 lec 3 credits FST Fire Science Technology Elective 3 credits FST Fire Science Technology Elective 3 credits FST Fire Science Technology Elective 3 credits SOC 220 Multicultural Diversity in the U.S. PSY 215 Social Psychology 3 lec 3 credits 15 credits 1 Students who have completed the 36- and/ 72-hour fire fighting courses and received certification may receive a waiver f this course. 2 Students who have completed the 240-hour Basic course and received certification may receive waiver credit f these courses. Campus offered: Toledo Credits required: 70 CAREER OPPORTUNITIES: Graduates can find careers as industrial fire protection specialists; city, county, state and federal fire officers; fire insurance inspects and fire protection systems contracts. Student advisement: Students who have acquire a felony conviction a conviction regarding drugs, weapons, domestic violence mal turpitude may be ineligible f state certification. All students should check f prerequisites

15 290 Career Certificate Fire Science Technology Fire Officer Certificate Campus offered: Toledo Credits required: 29 Program option: Credits earned in this certificate program may be used toward an Associate of Applied Science Degree in Fire Science Technology. This certificate program is designed to prepare currently active firefighters f the first level fire officer s role, while expanding and refining supervisy skills required at the higher levels in fire administration. Certain prerequisites f these certificate courses may be waived if the student can demonstrate certification in certain areas of the fire service. Required Courses FST 102 Managing the Fire Service 3 credits FST 130 Fire Rept Writing 2 credits FST 205 Legal Aspects of the Fire Service 3 credits FST 222 Fire Protection Systems 3 credits FST 240 Fire Fighter Safety and Survival 3 credits FST 245 Fire Cause Determination 3 credits FST 250 Instruct Training Techniques 3 credits FST 290 Special Topics in Fire Science 3 credits SOC 220 Multicultural Diversity in the U.S. 3 credits FST 210 Fire Fighting Tactics and Command FST 212 Adv Command and Strategic Concepts 3 credits 29 credits At the completion of this certificate, students will be able to: Explain the first level fire officer s role. Define supervis skills required at higher levels in fire administration. Expand their supervisy skills through rept writing, legal aspects and instruct training techniques. All students should check f prerequisites

16 Ohio Fire Academy Option 291 Career Program Fire Science Technology An agreement between the Ohio Fire Academy and Owens Community College focuses on the needs of fire service personnel, both career and volunteers, to upgrade and enhance knowledge and skills at the Ohio Fire Academy and concurrently earn college credit. Courses not offered at the Ohio Fire Academy may be completed through Owens Community College distance learning, which allows the firefighter to schedule remaining coursewk around wk assignments. At the completion of this program, students will be able to: Earn college credit while concurrently taking courses at the Ohio Fire Academy. Explain the duties and responsibilities of a Company Officer. Explain the basic considerations of Tt Law as it applies to fire service. Meet the basic State of Ohio Certification requirements f Volunteer Firefighters and Fire Fighter I. Required Courses FST 152 Firefighter II 1 6 lec 12 lab 12 credits FST 155 Company Officer Development II 2 3 lec 3 credits FST 156 Company Officer Development III 3 lec 3 credits FST 157 Certified Fire Safety Inspect 3 6 lec 6 credits FST 158 Bldg Const-Noncombust & Fire Resist.75 lec.75 credit FST 159 Building Const-Wood & Ord Const.75 lec.75 credit FST 160 Intro to Fire Inspection Princ & Pract 1.5 lec 1.5 credits EMT 270 Emergency Med Tech-Basic 4 4 lec 3 lab 5 credits FST 205 Legal Aspects of Fire Service 5 3 lec 3 credits FST Fire Science Tech Electives 6 6 lec 6 credits ENG 111 Composition I 3 lec 3 credits ENG 112 Composition II 3 lec 3 credits IST 131 Microcomputing Concepts & Apps 4 lec 4 credits GOV 205 State and Local Government 3 lec 3 credits MTH 213 Intro to Business Statistics 3 lec 3 credits PHL 102 Principles of Ethics 3 lec 3 credits PHY 115 Physical Science f Technology 3 lec 3 lab 4 credits SOC 220 Multicultural Diversity in the U.S. 3 lec 3 credits SPE 101 Public Speaking 3 lec 3 credits 70 credits Degree offered: Associate of Applied Science Campus offered: Toledo Credits required: 70 Credit waivers: Firefighters in this program are eligible to transfer coursewk, access proficiency testing, and/ seek wk experience educational waiver as outlined in the Owens Community College Catalog. 1 May substitute the following non-certification courses - FST 154 and FST ; also may substitute FST 150 and FST 101 through Owens Community College Distance Learning (courses will not count toward certification); but may not receive credit toward degree f both FST 153 ( FST ) and FST May substitute one of the following series of courses: (1) FST ; (2) FST and FST 173; (3) FST 172 and FST May substitute FST FST May substitute EMT 268 and FST Elective (3 credit). 5 Not available through OFA; must be taken through Owens Community College on campus via Distance Learning. 6 Electives offered at the Ohio Fire Academy (see the Course Descriptions section of the Catalog): FST 181, FST 182, FST 183, FST 184, FST 185, FST 186, FST 187, FST 188 and FST 189. All students should check f prerequisites

17 292 Public safety communications Degree offered: Associate of Applied Science Public Safety Communications Campus Offered: Toledo Credits required: 71 Student advisement: Students who have acquire a felony conviction a conviction regarding drugs, weapons, domestic violence mal turpitude will find employment in the criminal justice field extremely unlikely. This program provides the skills and knowledge necessary to perfm the duties and responsibilities of dispatcher f police, fire and emergency medical services personnel. It further provides the background to supervise other communications personnel and manage a public safety communications center during disasters, terrist incidents and public safety threatening events. Graduates can expect to find positions with federal, state, regional and local public safety agencies. Required Courses 1st Semester PSC 101 Intro to Telecommunications 3 lec 3 credits PSC 103 Introduction to Call-Taking 2 lec 2 lab 3 credits CJS 101 Introduction to Criminal Justice 3 lec 3 credits ENG 111 Composition I 3 lec 3 credits SPE 101 Public Speaking 3 lec 3 credits PSY 101 General Psychology 3 lec 3 credits 18 credits 2nd Semester IST 131 Computing Concepts & Apps 4 lec 4 credits PSC 130 Dispatch & Radio Comm Systems 2 lec 2 lab 3 credits PSC 200 Communications Legal Issues 3 lec 3 credits CJS 120 Patrol Operations 2 lec 2 lab 3 credits ENG 112 Composition II 3 lec 3 credits SPE 220 Intercultural Communication 3 lec 3 credits 19 credits 3rd Semester - Apply f graduation now PSC 135 Rept Writing f PSC 2 lec 2 credits MTH 213 Intro to Business Statistics 3 lec 3 credits PSC 205 Communication Center Supervision 3 lec 3 credits SOC 220 Multicultural Diversity in the U.S. 3 lec 3 credits CJS 265 Wld Terrism HUM 275 Wld Religions 3 lec 3 credits OAD 135 Intro to Office Administration 3 lec 3 credits 17 credits 4th Semester PSC 250 Managing Critical Incidents 3 lec 3 credits PSC 270 Basic EMD Training 2 lec 2 credits PSC 210 Managing the Center 3 lec 3 credits PHL 102 Principles of Ethics 3 lec 3 credits GOV 100 Intro to Politics 3 lec 3 credits EMP 101 Natural and Man-made Disasters 3 lec 3 credits 17 credits All students should check f prerequisites

18 293 Students will obtain critical infmation via telephone, computer, radio, and other electronic devices found in public safety communication centers. Students will operate various items of Telecommunications equipment. Students will apply criminal and civil law to the communications center and public safety. Students will perfm multiple critical communication activities simultaneously. Students will provide basic emergency medical and public safety infmation over the telephone, computer, and radio to members of their agencies and to the public pending the arrival of first responders. Students will manage critical incident responsibilities as they pertain to the emergency communications center. Students will assist in the delivery of appropriate public safety services and infmation based on a fundamental understanding of basic police, fire, and emergency medical services operations. All students should check f prerequisites

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