Fire Protection Engineering, Master of Engineering (M.Eng.)

Non-thesis only: 30 credits required 

Students taking courses on campus for the Master of Engineering Degree work with an advisor to identify a course of study based on the student’s professional interests. Students are required to complete 10 approved courses, including a minimum of six fire protection engineering core courses.

All Professional Master of Engineering Programs consist of 10 courses/30 credits. All students are expected to complete a preliminary course plan for their intended degree program. Degree planning worksheets can be found here:

Course Title Credits
Fire Protection Core Courses (choose six):18
Introduction to Fire Protection Engineering
Advanced Life Safety Analysis
Fire Dynamics Laboratory
Analytical Procedures of Structural Fire Protection
Advanced Smoke Management and Fire Alarm Systems
Fire Assessment Methods
Smoke Control
Material Flammability
Special Hazard Suppression Systems
Advanced Special Hazard Suppression Systems
Advanced Fire Suppression
Fire Dynamics
Advanced Fire Dynamics
Enclosure Fire Modeling
Computational Methods in Fire Protection
Advanced Fire Modeling
Fire Protection Pre-Approved Technical Electives (choose four):12
(Please see degree planning sheet for additional details)
Fundamentals for Thermal Systems
Advanced Topics in Engineering
ENFP 600-level or higher course (see degree planning sheet for details)
Total Credits30