Emergency and Disaster Management 18 Hours
EMT1010 Introduction to Emergency and Disaster Management3
This course is a prerequisite for all other courses in the program. This course is designed to provide students with an introduction to the field of emergency management. Students will gain a general understanding of the threats faced by communities by exploring the four phases of emergency management (mitigation, preparedness, response, and recovery). Topics covered in the course include the history and development of emergency management, hazard identification, risk analysis, an all-hazards approach to planning, and the future of emergency management.
EMT2020 Phases of Emergency and Disaster Management3
This course will introduce the basic concepts of response and recovery phases of emergency management. Areas of response will include Incident Command System protocols with an emphasis placed on the actions necessary for incident stabilization required under the National Incident Management System and National Response Plan. Areas of recovery will include, damage assessment procedures; state and federal assistance programs; and the management of reconstruction projects.
EMT3510 Homeland Security3
EMT3010 Crisis Management3
This course will focus on the contingency planning process for business restoration following a crisis due to a natural or man-made incident. Students will learn a step-by-step approach for developing a business continuity plan.Prerequisite: EMT1010
EMT3650 Trauma Informed Care3
Emergency Management elective3
100% Online courses in a 5-week as-you-go flexible format for busy adults featuring forum discussions and weekly assignment deadlines. Serves both undergraduate and graduate students.
Explore the full enrichment of the traditional collegiate experience and make new friends on our lively campus in Circleville Ohio. Serves 17-24 year-old undergraduate students.