The Fire Service Technology A.A.S degree program at Lewis-Clark State College is currently offered for members of a paid or volunteer fire department. It is a 60-credit degree which gives credit for the in-service classes offered through fire departments.
Forty-four (44) credits are granted by registering for FRSV 100: Fire Training Technology after all courses and certifications have been completed and verified by Lewis-Clark State College. The cost of converting the EST courses to the 44 credits is $440 ($10/credit transcription fee). Thereafter, students must completed 16 credits of general education core courses to complete the AAS, and an additional 60 credits of general education core and elective courses to complete the BAS.
The division does not offer any of the required certifications or related coursework at this time. Rather, the division operates as a home to the opportunity to translate documented training and certification into degree programs. Program advising centers around general education and bulk credit transfer procedure.