The course offered in Crisis and Disaster Management is designed for Public safety personnel (emergency management, fire, and police), Industrial emergency responders (fire, rescue, and hazardous materials), Institutional emergency planners (schools, hospitals, and prisons), Business continuity planners (banking, corporations, insurance, and manufacturing) and offer three options as major study areas, i.e. emergency management, hazardous materials, business continuity. Entire course will be delivered through a traditional on campus lectures, distance learning using internet, weekend classes and night classes.
Crisis management, Disaster management, Disaster management technology, Emergency preparedness, Emergency response, Hazardous materials emergency Response, Business continuity planning.
University students, Emergency management professionals.
A high school / senior secondary graduation, a score of 21 or higher on the ACT or 980 on the SAT I or a Combined Percentile Index equal to or exceeding 100. If the applicants do not meet these criteria, then their application will be considered on an individual basis, according to the admissions staff’s assessment of applicants’ academic promise. Additional information, such as letters of recommendation or a personal statement, may be requested in such case. Proof of english proficiency (TOEFL scores). International students can get the details at international students section.
Applications can be submitted online or in print form with an application fee of USD 30.00 (US Citizens) & USD 50.00 (International Students). High School transcripts, SAT / ACT scores and proof of English proficiency (TOEFL) are required to be submitted to admission office.
Scholarships are available from the federal government and the university.
Tuition and costs depend on domicile status and the credit workload.
01 December 2007 (students can apply for admission up until the day before classes begin).
15 Oct 2007
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