EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT12 HOURS
EMT1010 Introduction to Emergency and Disaster Management
This course is a prerequisite for all other courses in the program. Introduction to the field of emergency and disaster management, including background for dealing with disasters, victimization, and economic losses from disasters in organized ways, and how organizations serve communities and individuals from a service perspective.
EMT2010 Preparedness and Response
Public awareness of potential hazards communities face, the preparedness needed to handle these hazards and strategic options in mitigating adverse consequences. Procedures and principles for emergency operations, including planning, warning systems, evacuation, search and rescue, mass casualty incidents, sheltering, handling donations, disaster declarations, and incident debriefings.
EMT2020 Recovery and Mitigation
Post-disaster procedures and policies governing the protection of natural environments, improving disaster resistance, supporting diverse communities and population, improving economic conditions, and preserving community resources. Community resilience and sustainability through emergency management programs. Phases of emergency management in a community’s comprehensive and strategic planning.
EMT3060 Trauma Healing and Compassion Fatigue
Development of knowledge and personal disciplines for managing one’s emotional, physical, and spiritual needs in maintaining a prolonged presence in settings of high stress.