Students have two opportunities to begin the online AS in Emergency Services Administration each year.
We offer rolling admissions, so there is no deadline to apply. However, we recommend submitting your application as soon as possible, as the application review process will end two weeks prior to the start of each semester.
Students must meet the College of Professional and Continuing Studies (CPCS) requirements for admission to the program. These requirements include:
Students who have received public safety training may be eligible to earn Life Experience Credits. G.I. Bill benefits are also available and military personnel can benefit from the Concurrent Admissions Program (ConAP), which allows soon-to-enlist or currently enlisted military personnel to enroll in and complete college courses while they continue their service commitments. An Enrollment Counselor can help you navigate your options.
In order to complete the application, all candidates must submit the following:
Note: SAT scores are not required for College of Professional and Continuing Studies applicants.
Please note that high school transcripts are only required for students who have not completed a minimum of 30 college credits.
Official escripts can be sent to our office electronically (directly from the institution) to email@example.com, or via mail (in sealed envelopes) to:
Below is a breakdown of the tuition for the online AS in Emergency Services Administration program. Visit the Tuition & Financial Aid page for additional information on tuition, fees, and deposits.
|Associate of Science in Emergency Services Administration (full tuition)||64||$745||$47,680||N/A|
|34 credits from a two-year community college transferred (maximum)||30||–||$20,700||N/A|
*Tuition and fees based on 2020-21 rates. Tuition and fees subject to change. Total tuition may vary based on credits taken.
To learn more about Adelphi University’s online AS in Emergency Services Administration and download a brochure, fill out the fields below or call us at 888.252.4110 to talk with one of our enrollment counselors.