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.
- MI100 Introduction to Christian Missions
- MG215 Principles of Management & Leadership
- DM311 Theodicy
- MG411 Business Law I
- MI347 Cross-Cultural Communication
- SO211 Cultural Anthropology
- DM101 Red Cross Disaster Certification I
- DM490 Disaster Relief Internship
- DM104 Disaster Relief Certification II
- DM473 Emergency Work in Conflict Situations
- MG101 Introduction to Business
- DM102 Introduction to Disaster Response and Recovery
- DM201 Issues in Disaster Management
- MG244 Logistics Management
- DM121 Managing Compassion Fatigue
- DM221 Natural Disasters
- DM124 Political & Policy Basis of Emergency Management
- DM331 Terrorism & Emergency Management
- DM313 Trauma: Understanding & Intervening
- TE 303 Developmental Writing
- LA101 English Composition I
- LA102 English Composition II
- PS100 Student Success
- SO101 Introduction to Sociology
- PS102 General Psychology
- SO100 Christian Worldview
- NT102 New Testament Survey
- OT101 Old Testament Survey
- PH301 Introduction to Philosophy
- NT202 Gospels
- OT201 The Pentateuch
- TH201 Basic Christian Beliefs
- TH409 Theology Capstone