Bachelor of Science in Emergency Planning and Management
Immaculata University is offering its accelerated bachelor's degree in Emergency Planning and Management at the Dixon Center. A new cohort of professionals will be accepted for classes beginning on August 31, 2016! Classes will meet on Wednesday evenings from 5 p.m. - 9 p.m.
Because of Immaculata’s partnership with the Dixon Center, you will receive a 15% discount on tuition.
In Immaculata's Emergency Planning and Management (EPM) program, you will learn from experienced professionals in the field about how to anticipate hazards, create emergency preparedness plans, coordinate response efforts, and manage the distribution of resources. Your classes will help you gain a deeper understanding of public safety concerns and government operations and responsibilities. You will sharpen your leadership and critical thinking skills in order to organize response teams who can address the physical, psychological, and economic needs of communities affected by crises.
Learn more about Immaculata's Emergency Planning and Management program, including graduation requirements and course descriptions.
Immaculata University’s College of LifeLong Learning accelerated cohort program offers the flexibility you need while providing the individual support you want! Attending class once a week and taking one accelerated course at a time for seven to eight weeks allows you to focus on one subject while simultaneously fast-tracking your degree completion. You will study with other adult learners, leveraging the knowledge and work experience you bring to the classroom.
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