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FT 402 - Fire Related Human Behavior

Description
This course presents a study of human behavior in fire and other emergency situations. Students will examine current and past research on human behavior, systems models, life safety education, and building design to determine interactions of these areas in emergency situations. Students will develop an understanding of a best-practice building life safety system as one that combines knowledge in the areas of psychology and sociology joined with engineering and education to produce the best possible outcomes in terms of human survivability in an emergency. FESHE Non-Core Course. Prerequisite: Instructor approval. Class Notes: Department Consent Required You have selected an online course. There are no regularly in-person class meetings. To find out more about online courses and complete an orientation to online campus and online learning, go to https://www.csn.edu/online-support, then scroll down and click 'Orientation to Online Campus and Online Learning.' You should also have completed the Student Online Readiness Assessment. You can complete this assessment by going to https://www.csn.edu/gocsnlogin, log in using your student credentials, and click on the MyCoyoteSuccess square.CSN uses a program called Canvas for online courses. To find Canvas, go to https://www.csn.edu/gocsnlogin, log in using your student credentials, and click on the Canvas square. You may also need a computer with a webcam to take exams in Canvas.
Credits
3
Recent Professors
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Recent Semesters
Spring 2022, Spring 2021, Spring 2020, Fall 2019, Spring 2019
Avg. Class Size
23
Avg. Sections
1