Emergency Management Disaster Science, Certificate (1749)
Joshua D. Durkee, firstname.lastname@example.org, (270) 745-8777
The certificate program in Emergency Management Disaster Science is designed to provide students with a strong technical knowledge base of the essential concepts of Incident Management. The program is designed as either a standalone certificate or for interdisciplinary incorporation into existing Masters, and Doctorate programs in Science and Engineering, Education, Leadership, and other disciplines.
Graduate School Admission
Please refer to the admission section of this catalog for Graduate School admission requirements.
Program Requirements (15 hours)
All students must complete the core courses or equivalent transfer coursework approved by program advisor. Students who are pursuing the "stand alone" certificate, must complete the require elective graduate seminar for a total of 15 hours.
|EMDS 500||Emergency Management Policy and Practices||3|
|EMDS 501||Understanding Natural and Technological Disaster Risks||3|
|or EOHS 595||Public Health Management of Disasters|
|EMDS 502||Terrorism, Violence, Resiliency, and Response||3|
|EMDS 503||Advanced Disaster Planning, Management, and Preparedness||3|
|or EOHS 580||Solid and Hazardous Wastes|
|EMDS 504||Trends in Disaster Preparedness and Management 1||3|
Students from other disciplines, may substitute three graduate credit hours from within their discipline, with the approval of the program coordinator, in lieu of EMDS 504.