Oklahoma State University-Oklahoma City


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Are you preparing yourself to compete for a promotion
or job with another department?


Do you acknowledge that experience + education = opportunity?


Call today and let us talk you through it!
James Anderson HumanServicesAdvisor@osuokc.edu or (405) 945-3248


Want to enroll in Fire Protection?


You will find the classes you need listed under two different course schedule headings: "Fire Protection" and "Municipal Fire Protection."


For questions, call the Academic Advisor at (405) 945-3248 or email HumanServicesAdvisor@osuokc.edu

Fire Protection

The Fire Protection curriculum is designed to meet the needs of the beginning student or fire professional interested in becoming a highly skilled fire department officer. Nationally recognized educational standards are the basis for this program. Students who graduate from this degree program find upward mobility and employment opportunities in fire departments.



This degree in Paramedicine is designed to prepare students for a variety of careers in EMS. The curriculum meets and exceeds the most recent U.S. Department of Transportation and National Standards curriculum for EMT (Emergency Medical Technician) Basic, EMT Intermediate and EMT Paramedic. Students completing the required course work are eligible to sit for both the state of Oklahoma licenses and the National Registry exam.


This Associate of Applied Science in Paramedicine degree will prepare students to become Emergency Medical Services providers in either the fire protection EMS field or ambulance EMS field. Salary ranges from $19,000 to $30,000 per year. According to the Bureau of Labor statistics this is one of the top 50 jobs in the U.S.


Police Science

The Police Science degree program focuses on the relationship between the police mission and influences such as the courts and the community, and provides present and future officers with special skills needed to meet the diversified demands of their jobs.


The curriculum is accredited by the Council on Law Enforcement Education and Training (C.L.E.E.T.) and provides an alternate route to Peace Officer Certification for students desiring a career in police work.


Police Science - Crime Scene Investigation Emphasis


Due to the increasing importance of scientific investigative technique in the criminal justice system, this program was designed to prepare students for a variety of careers in the field of crime scene investigation and provide those currently working in the field the opportunity to upgrade their skills. The program focuses on the technical aspects of scientific investigation.


OSU-OKC Police Science graduates have found employment opportunities in local, state and federal criminal justice areas; private protection agencies; industrial plant security; corrections and general police work. OSU-Oklahoma City offers both an Associate in Science and the Associate in Applied Science degree in Police Science.


For More Information Contact:


Lynn Wojcik
Department Head
Assistant Professor
Emergency Responder Administration


Tiffany Smith
COP Director
Associate Professor, Police Science
(405) 945-8619


Fire Protection
(405) 945-8672


Justin Hunter
Emergency Medical Services
(405) 945-9159


Whitney Kemp
Emergency Medical Services


Machelle Krause
Clinical and Lab Coordinator
Emergency Medical Services
(405) 945-3279


Frank Strange
Emergency Medical Services
(405) 945-9179


Dustin Whitten
Police Science
(405) 945-