Fire and Emergency Services Higher Education recognition program

The Fire and Emergency Services Higher Education (FESHE) Recognition certificate is an acknowledgement that a collegiate emergency services degree program meets the minimum standards of excellence established by FESHE professional development committees and the National Fire Academy (NFA).

These regionally- or nationally-accredited colleges and universities have demonstrated a commitment to the nationally-recognized FESHE model of standardized professional development education criteria. FESHE concentrates on degree programs that emphasize firefighting response, fire prevention, fire administration and Emergency Medical Services management.

Find a FESHE-recognized fire science degree program:

Alaska

Associate degrees

Connecticut

Associate degrees

Bachelor’s degrees

Idaho

Associate degrees

Louisiana

Associate degrees

Maryland

Associate degrees

Bachelor’s degrees

Missouri

Associate degrees

Bachelor’s degrees

Nevada

Associate degrees

New Hampshire

Associate degrees

New Jersey

Associate degrees

Oklahoma

Associate degrees

Oregon

Associate degrees

Bachelor’s degrees

Rhode Island

Associate degrees

Bachelor’s degrees

Virginia

Associate degrees

Bachelor’s degrees

Washington

Associate degrees

West Virginia

No are no FESHE-Recognized schools in West Virginia.

Wyoming

Associate degrees