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Program Information

Step 1: Earn an Associate of Applied Science in Fire Science Management or Emergency Management and Planning
Take the courses required for an AAS in Fire Science Management or Emergency Management and Planning and complete the General Education Courses required for the degree.  All courses are available at Red Rocks Community College in a variety of formats.
 
Step 2: Complete courses to prepare for a Bachelor's Degree
Take additional bachelor's degree core requirement courses at Red Rocks Community College.  
 
Step 3: Earn a Bachelor's of Applied Science Degree
Transfer 90 credit hours to Regis University. Choose from one of nine Bachelor's of Applied Science specialization areas (Management, Social Violence, Practical Psychology, Community Interpreting, Homeland Security and Disaster Response, Business of Government, Social Justice, Decision Making or Educational Interpreting) and take 30 credit hours in that area from Regis University to earn your bachelor's degree!

You may also choose from other Regis University Programs such as Public Administration, Criminology and Organizational Development. Visit the Regis University's Associate's to Bachelor's' website to learn more about these programs. Additionally, receive a free transcript evaluation by e-mailing a copy of your transcripts to atob@regis.edu.