Enforce the law, assist in emergencies, save lives and protect national security at FSCJ.

FSCJ offers a variety of exciting degrees in Public Safety and Security including Associate in Science degrees in Criminal Justice, Fire Science Technology, Emergency Administration, Management (Homeland Security) and Paralegal Studies. Continue on to our Bachelor of Applied Science degree in Public Safety Management and prepare for important leadership roles in public safety. Technical Certificates in Crime Scene Technician and Criminal Justice Technology Specialist, Emergency Administrator and Manager, Fire Company Management and Homeland Security and Management may be earned within related degree programs or individually.

You’ll receive a quality hands-on education from an exceptional faculty of dedicated professionals. Workforce Certificates in Correctional Officer, Crossover from Correctional Officer to Law Enforcement Officer, Firefighter I/II and Law Enforcement Officer can have you trained and on the job in a year or less. Students benefit from FSCJ's state-of-the-art facilities, flexible on-campus and online classes and affordable tuition rates. Financial aid and scholarships may be available for those who qualify.

Available Degrees

The Bachelor of Applied Science (B.A.S.) in Public Safety Management will educate, train and develop students to manage and lead in public safety agencies.

The Associate in Science in Criminal Justice Technology degree program is designed to educate, train and develop students for entry-level positions in the criminal justice system.

The A.S. in Emergency Administration and Management provides students with general and advanced education background and an understanding of homeland security and related services.

The A.S. in Fire Science Technology provides the foundation for officers to gain a better understanding of the complexities of managing a modern fire department.

The Associate in Science (A.S.) in Paralegal Studies program emphasizes legal research, writing, law related technology, communication, ethics and critical thinking skills so that students enter the legal profession well prepared.