The Emergency Management program at CBU is continuously evolving to better address contemporary emergency management challenges, reflect the current market and state of the discipline, and ensure that graduates have all the core competencies required of a confident and effective 21st century emergency management professional.
Students wishing to study the Bachelor of Emergency Management (Major in Health Emergency Management) can do so either part-time or full-time, and either entirely online or by attending classes on campus. They must also complete the 120-credit program requirements as outlined below to graduate:
- 15 credits at the 1000 level (five courses);
- 21 credits at the 2000 level (seven courses);
- 30 credits at the 3000 level (ten courses);
- 42 credits at the 4000 level (fourteen courses) (including a six-credit emergency management practicum); and
- 12 credits as general electives (four courses).
The curriculum for this credential draws largely on courses in the areas of business, communication, political science and public health to support students in developing a sound understanding of the varied economic, social, political and health contexts within which emergency management operates. For a specific listing of all credential courses, please consult the Emergency Management program under the School of Professional Studies in CBU’s Academic Calendar.
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