Emergency Management, Graduate Certificate

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Degree Type
Graduate Certificate
Credit Hours
College of
Social Sciences & Public Policy

Emergency Management (EM) is a growing field in the United States and around the world. This certificate gives students in just about any program of study a way to stand out from the crowd and learn real-world approaches to solving complicated problems. The certificate program includes courses on emergency management, both domestic and international, EM policy development and planning, homeland security policy, terrorism, including international policy analysis, public health, public information, and technology and disaster management. You'll complete a variety of classroom and real-world experiences and develop critical skills for working in the field of emergency management. Before you're issued a certificate, you need to apply for admission to the program. Submit your application as early as possible, before you've completed six credit hours of courses.

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