New Undergraduate Major at UIndy
The School for Adult Learning at the University of Indianapolis is offering new educational programs in Emergency and Disaster Management. Students can earn an Associate degree, a Bachelor degree, or a certificate in Emergency and Disaster Management.
Emergency and Disaster Management is a field of study and research that focuses on the planning and directing of the disaster/emergency response or crisis management activities. These programs will help to prepare students for careers in emergency management and public safety. The programs will introduce students to the all-hazards approach, emergency management and disaster management phases, risk assessment, prevention and management, counter-terrorism, consequence management, mitigation, and recovery.
The certificate program is 12 credit hours – 4 courses. Students can complete this certificate in 20 weeks attending class just one night per week.
The Associate degree is 62 credit hours and the Bachelor degree is 124 credit hours. The classes are offered in five week sessions meeting just one night per week from 6:00-9:45 on the UIndy campus which is located just minutes from downtown.
To learn more about these programs, contact Chelsea Ward, Admissions and Academic Advisor in the School for Adult Learning, at 317-781-5762 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Or visit the website at www.sal.uindy.edu. This is your opportunity to begin a new career.
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Posted: March 24th, 2014 under School for Adult Learning.