Fire-Related Human Behavior

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This course will provide students the knowledge to understand how humans behave in fire and emergency situations, and how that behavior is integrated into life safety systems development and design. Students will study past and present research on human behavior, life safety models, building design, and life safety education. Students will develop an understanding how to analyze possible outcomes as it relates to human survivability in fire and emergency situations. Pre- or Co-requisites: FIRE101, FIRE206, and FIRE301, or permission of instructor.

Source: Academic Catalog 2020-21