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There's also a link to this site: http://www.careersinfireprotectionengineering.com/ - they list undergrad programs and scholarships there. Kind of interesting - not a field you hear a lot about.According to a survey conducted by the Bethesda, MD based Society of Fire Protection Engineers (SFPE), the median income for an entry-level fire protection engineer (0-2 years of experience) is $55,500 per year. That figure jumps to $65,000 when a person with that level of experience has a masters degree.
The median income for a mid-level fire protection engineer (6-8 years of experience) is $72,500 per year, but it can approach $100,000 per year if he or she has a masters degree. It is common for senior-level fire protection engineers to make over $120,000 per year.