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Emergency Management is a critical concern for the public, private and non-profit sectors. The certificate explores both the conceptual elements of emergency preparedness and the practical implementation of emergency management that typically occur at the intersection of local and national politics. Courses will address topics such as public safety and law enforcement, crisis management, disaster response and recovery. This certificate will provide students with both theoretical and practical knowledge that will prepare them for private or public sector employment in the area of emergency preparedness for both security and non-security related incidents.
This certificate requires three courses (12 credit hours).
|MPS 554||PRINCIPLES OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AND PLANNING||4|
|or MPS 564||PUBLIC SAFETY ADMINISTRATION AND PLANNING|
|Two elective graduate courses:||8|
|GOVERNMENT FINANCIAL ADMINISTRATION|
or MPS 515
|NONPROFIT FINANCIAL ADMINISTRATION|
|LOCAL GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION|
|BEHAVIORAL STRATEGIES FOR PUBLIC SERVICE|
|STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT AND PLANNING|
|GIS FOR COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT|
|PRINCIPLES OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AND PLANNING 1|
|PUBLIC SAFETY ADMINISTRATION AND PLANNING 1|
|URBAN RESILIENCE AND CLIMATE ADAPTATION POLICY|
|RISKS, HAZARDS AND NATURAL DISASTERS|
or MGT 520
|HUMANITARIAN SUPPLY CHAIN|
If not taken as core course.