Disaster Management & Relief

The Disaster Management and Relief Program is designed to develop leadership abilities in management, to be utilized in all types of disaster situations, emphasizing Christ-like service to those in need. Graduates of this program will be trained to serve all stages of human suffering from immediate relief through community rebuilding and redevelopment.


Upon completion of this program, the student should:

  • Apply key elements of disaster management strategies, theories, and concepts to simulated and practical situations.
  • Demonstrate an aptitude to function as a leader/manager within disaster conditions.
  • Apply management principles of planning to a disaster situation by applying Christian principles in critical thinking and decision-making.
  • Analyze the existing and desired structure, climate, and culture of organizations, whose focus is disaster relief/management.
Degree Title: Bachelor of Arts
Available Formats: Traditional Undergraduate
Program Core Credit Hours: 124 semester credit hours
Additional Academic Requirements: 

General Education Core = 45 hours
Religion Core = 18 hours

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