Summary
Fire science courses offered at institutions of higher education, "fire science" is a technical term referring to courses that fall within a designated fire science curriculum as well as courses primarily related to fire service, emergency medicine, emergency management, or public administration regardless of whether those courses fall within the curriculum designed as "fire science"|Tuition for fire fighters enrolled in fire science courses, fire fighter seeking exemption from tuition need not be pursuing a degree in fire science and may already have a degree in fire science|Tuition and laboratory fees at public junior colleges and four-year colleges and universities, a fire fighter is exempt from paying|Tuition and fees at public junior colleges, a public junior college's charges are what the college designates them to be|Tuition for fire fighters enrolled in fire science courses, fire fighter seeking exemption from tuition need not be pursuing a degree in fire science and may already have a degree in fire science\r\n|Public junior college's charges are what the college designates them to be|Houston Community College's "general fee" is not tuition|Houston Community College, to the extent that it assesses a fee for its operation, that fee would be tuition and a fire fighter exempt from paying tuition would have to pay that non-tuition fee|Fire science|Tuition|Fee
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