Minor in Emergency Management
Natural or man-made disasters can strike at anytime and anywhere. They take many forms—a hurricane, an earthquake, a tornado, a flood, a fire or a hazardous spill, an act of nature or an act of terrorism. Disasters can build over days or weeks, or hit suddenly, without warning. Every year, millions of people face disasters and their consequences.
This minor is designed to equip individuals with the fundamental competencies expected of professionals in the field of emergency management. It provides the knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary to be competent emergency managers.
Students interested in pursuing a minor in emergency management may include individuals majoring in architecture, civil engineering, construction management, criminal justice, political science, and professional studies.
The minor is available to all University students in good standing.
|EMER 210||Hazard Mitigation||3.0|
|EMER 215||Public Management in Times of Crisis||3.0|
|EMER 220||Emergency Incident Risk Management||3.0|
|EMER 225||Infrastructure Disaster Recovery||3.0|
|Select four of the following:||12.0|
|Security and Information Warfare|
|Data Mining Technology for Security|
|Security Management Practice|
|Information Technology Security Risk Assessment|
|Information Technology Security I|
|Information Technology Security Policies|
|Disaster Recovery and Continuity Planning|
|Information Technology Security II|
|Incident Response Best Practices|
|Information Technology Security Systems Audits|
|Security Defense Countermeasures|
|Public Information Strategies|
|Search and Rescue|
|Critical Incident Stress Management|
|Organizing Community Response in Disasters|