The major guide includes most of the information you need to navigate your emergency management major. There are recommended general education courses, a sample 4 year plan of study, the major requirements, a course schedule, and more!
DEMNDSU courses cover important and timely topics. Each course is developed through backwards design to ensure that every topic covered, reading assignment, applied/service learning project, and assessment activity helps students achieve course objectives. Our courses are also designed explicitly to 1) expose students to relevant research, 2) apply learning, 3) build critical soft skills (e.g., facilitation, intrapersonal and group communication, oral and written communication, leadership, project management).
Several of our courses satisfy university general education requirements too! These courses include:
- EMGT 101: Emergencies, Disasters and Catastrophes: Social and Behavioral Sciences category
- EMGT 425: World Disasters: Social and Behavioral Sciences AND Global categories
- EMGT 445: Understanding Vulnerable Populations in Disaster: Quantitative Reasoning, Social and Behavioral Sciences, AND Diversity categories
ALL COURSES ARE AVAILABLE TO BE TAKEN REMOTE SYNCHRONOUS OR IN PERSON AS OF FALL 2020!
You can get a sense of our exciting courses and the types of assignments you will do in them below!
EMGT 101: Emergencies, Disasters and Catastrophes
EMGT 262: Disaster Mitigation
EMGT 461: Business Continuity and Crisis Management
EMGT 150: Dealing with Terrorism, Cybersecurity and Other Emerging Threats
EMGT 410: Comprehensive Emergency Management Planning
EMGT 463: Voluntary Agency Services in Disaster
EMGT 264: Disaster Recovery
EMGT 445: Understanding Vulnerable Populations in Disaster