Public safety schools in Wisconsin prepare students to become skilled and specialized in the public safety field. Students learn how to inspect and enforce safety hazards in a variety of industries, most commonly the hospital environment or health care field. Nuclear power plants and public schools are among the more common industries that employ public safety specialists. The school course load places a large emphasis on detail oriented classes in the science and mathematics field. Health sciences, biology, chemistry, physics, and math are all required. Some of the math courses include calculus and statistics. Economists expect fast job growth over the next decade for public safety specialists.
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