It can be completed in 15 months.

Yes, up to six graduate-level credits earned at an accredited institution may be applied to the degree.

The GRE is recommended but not required. However, students should have an earned bachelor's degree in engineering or a related field from an accredited institution.

Yes, due to the abbreviated nature of the term system, we suggest that students plan to take no more than 2 courses per term.

Yes. The following four courses are required for the GCEN: ENFP 627 Smoke Detection/Management, ENFP 625 Advanced Fire Modeling, ENFP 651 Advanced Fire Dynamics, ENFP 653 Advanced Fire Suppression

It is likely that any credits earned in the certificate program will be applied to the Master of Engineering in Fire Protection.

It is the only completely Internet-based graduate program of its kind with no on-campus requirements.

No, students do not have to physically come to campus.

Yes, state-of-the-art resources, including asynchronous lessons with chat rooms and threaded discussions, will be incorporated into the program.

Yes, the online Master of Engineering in Fire Protection is taught by University of Maryland faculty with outstanding research and teaching credentials.

Student services include library, bookstore, financial aid, admissions, registration and bill payment.