A master’s degree is an advanced academic program that can take about two years of full-time schooling to earn, provided students have already received a bachelor’s degree. Earning an MA may help students achieve their educational goals and set them on the path toward accomplishing their professional goals as well.
Students who study disaster prevention might expect to receive practical training in areas such as recovery and readiness. Their skills can then be honed in courses that teach relevant topics, including global health, climate change and epidemiology.
This dynamic two-year interdisciplinary degree is dedicated to educating both existing and aspiring disaster and emergency management professionals. In this program, you
The MA in Disaster and Emergency Management program is a 36 credit, two-year interdisciplinary degree dedicated to educating both aspiring and existing disaster and emergency management professionals. The program explores the theoretical foundations of disaster and emergency management as a growing field of practice and study. The program emphasizes an integrated and holistic approach to disaster and emergency management built on the understanding that disasters are more than hazards and are products of the inter-relationship and mutual construction of the environmental, social, economic, and political spheres. This approach supports the notion that disaster and emergency management processes and practices can and should contribute to risk reduction, community resilience, and sustainable communities....