College of Technology

Fire Services Administration

Program Description

As a result of the rapid changes in firefighting and the administrative duties currently being experienced in the field, academic degrees are being sought by those who have chosen firefighting as a career. Idaho State University's Associate of Science/Bachelor of Degree's in Fire Service Administration (FSA) both strives to enhance and expand a student's knowledge base as well as to prepare them for organizational leadership positions. Photo  of Fire Fighters

  • Associate of Science
  • Bachelor of Science

At A Glance

  • General education courses do not have to be completed prior to enrollment in FSA courses.
  • Courses do not have to be taken sequentially.
  • All FSA core and non-core courses are taught online.
  • All Fire Services Administration courses will be taught online using Collaborate and Moodle.

View Course Requirements

Associate Degree Fire Services Administration Advising Checklist (pdf)

Bachelor Fire Services Administration Advising Checklist (pdf)

Program Requirements

  • Students must complete 38 credits of general education courses in order to satisfy the degree requirements.
  • Students will need a computer that has 20 MB of free disk space, a soundcard with speakers, a microphone or headset, and at least a 28.8 kbps internet connection.


Fees apply to the current Idaho State University fee schedule which includes mandatory student health insurance. For more information visit

Program/Class Fees

A $35 per credit fee is assessed for each class using Collaborate

Paying for College

You may apply for financial aid, scholarships, grants, and loans to help finance your college education. When you pay registration fees, you are a student of Idaho State University with the privileges and responsibilities of a college student.


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Pocatello, Idaho, 83209