The programme prepares students to deal with the exigencies of a modern natural or technological disaster. The degree requirements can all be completed via an interdisciplinary curriculum offered in a totally online/distance learning setting.
Emergency management, Risk, Hazard, Communities, Disaster, preparedness, Legal issues.
University students, Emergency management professionals.
Students must be a graduate of a secondary school accredited by the State Education Department or hold a high school equivalency diploma (GED) with a minimum score of 2400 or 240 if exam was taken prior to 2003.
International Students are required to submit their English proficiency scores (TOEFL). For further please see admission section.
Applications can be submitted online.
Apart from federal sources of financial aid, SUNY Canton provides scholarships that range from USD 100 - 5000.00 depending on merit. More information please see scholarships section.
Tuition and cost is subject to change and depends on the residence status of the applicant.
01 November 2007 for spring semester.
10 Oct 2007
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