Fire Safety Engineering Technology - 2+2 Academic Plan of Study

The Fire & Safety Engineering Technology 2+2 Program is for students who have completed an Associates of Applied Science (AAS) degree in a related field prior to enrolling at UNC Charlotte. Students in the 2+2 program must complete all Prerequisite Courses either at their prior institution or within their first year at UNC Charlotte. In addition, students must complete the 64-credit hour Upper-division curriculum outlined on the checksheets below. 


Missing pre-requisite material is considered an entrance deficiency and the student is responsible for correcting any deficiencies by taking the appropriate coursework at either UNC Charlotte or at a community or technical college through transient study, before any follow-on course or senior-level course may be taken. Courses taken at UNC Charlotte to remediate deficiencies cannot be used towards the upper-division credit requirements of the program. Common deficiencies are in the areas of math and science.

Please see checksheets for BSET Fire & Safety Engineering Technology - Fire Safety Concentration here. 

Please see checksheets for BSET Fire & Safety Engineering Technology - Occupational Safety Concentration here. 

Please see checksheets for BSET Fire & Safety Engineering Technology - Fire Protection Concentration here.