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Program Outcomes

  1. Define public safety agency responsibilities as they relate to multi-agency incident response.
     
  2. Analyze leadership and management strategies and implement the appropriate course of action in a given public safety environment.
     
  3. Formulate solutions to ethical and legal issues in the public safety organization.
     
  4. Use research methodologies to collect and analyze data for decision making in the public safety environment.
     
  5. Use effective leadership and professional skills to operate in a public safety administrative setting.
     

Note: These program outcomes were adopted by the BT-ERA Program Advisory Board on March 15, 2018.

For More Information Contact:

Lynn Wojcik
Department Head
Assistant Professor
Emergency Responder Administration
(405) 945-6738
lwojcik@osuokc.edu

Public Safety Training Center
3501 W. Reno Ave.
Oklahoma City, OK 73107


International Fire Service Accreditation Congress
OSU-OKC's Bachelor of Technology in Emergency Responder Administration Program is accredited by the Degree Assembly of the International Fire Service Accreditation Congress.

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