FESA 360 - Applied Fire Service Ethics
Credit Hours: 3
Lecture Hours: 3
Lab Hours: 0
Ethics in the provision of fire, rescue, and emergency medical services are challenging and complex. No other government services are granted the same degree of public trust. This course increases student proficiency in making ethical decisions in the provision of emergency service. Students will discover how to consider problems in terms of their ethical implications. Students will also learn a model for making ethical decisions. Open to Fire and Emergency Services Administration majors only.
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