The Department of Anthropology
Academics

Bachelor of Science in Fire Science

The major in Fire Science prepares students for careers in fire protection and for graduate-level protection studies. (Prerequisites & Requirements , Admissions)

Faculty Advisor: Professor Donell Harvin, 212-237-8834 dharvin@jjay.cuny.edu

Fire Science Four Year Advisement Plan

 

Bachelor of Arts in Fire and Emergency Service

The major in Fire and Emergency Service provides a foundation in fire and emergency services, with related courses in management and administration. The major prepares students for careers in fire services, emergency management and administrative aspects of emergency medical services. Students can choose among three specializations: Fire Service, Emergency Medical Services, or Emergency Management. (Core Courses & Specializations, Admissions)

Faculty Advisor: Professor Donell Harvin, 212-237-8834, dharvin@jjay.cuny.edu

Fire and Emergency Services Four Year Advisement Plan

Fire and Emergency Services Four Year Advisement Plan for students prior to Fall 2012


Bachelor of Science in Security Management

The major in Security Management concentrates on the analysis of security vulnerabilities and the administration of programs designed to reduce losses in public institutions and private corporations. The program prepares students for careers as managers, consultants and entrepreneurs. (Prerequisites & Requirements , Admissions)

Faculty Coordinator: Dr. Marie-Helen Maras, 212-621-4168, mmaras@jjay.cuny.edu

Security Management Four Year Advisement Plan


Minor in Fire Science

For information on the Fire Science minor, see Professor Donell Harvin, Department of Security, Fire, and Emergency Management,  212-237-8834, dharvin@jjay.cuny.edu

Fire Science Four Year Advisement Plan


Minor in Security Management

The minor in Security Management targets the analysis of security risks and vulnerabilities, along with the administration of programs designed to reduce loss — in public and private institutions and corporations. The minor helps prepare students for careers as managers, consultants and entrepreneurs. Every public institution and private corporation has a security function associated with its mission. Understanding this function within a particular industry or public enterprise enhances the skill set of the professional working in or studying that field. Further, understanding the principles, practices and law within the security field enables individuals to better safeguard their person, property and privacy — both inside and outside of the work environment. (Requirements , Admissions)

Faculty Coordinator: Dr. Marie-Helen Maras, 212-621-4168, mmaras@jjay.cuny.edu


Master of Science in Protection Management

The Master of Science in Protection Management Program provides advanced professional education in theory, design, management and operation of fire and security protection, and emergency management systems. Programs and procedures, and their practical application are explored in a variety of public, commercial, and residential settings. Students must choose one of the following specializations: Fire Protection, Security Management, or Emergency Management. (Requirements , Admissions)

Program Director: Professor Charles Nemeth, 212-237-8756, cnemeth@jjay.cuny.edu

 

 

Chuck Nemeth, Chairperson
445 West 59th Street, Room 3521N, New York, NY 10019
Phone: 212.237.8756, Email: cnemeth@jjay.cuny.edu