Nov 17, 2019  
2013-2014 CU Denver Catalog 
    
2013-2014 CU Denver Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Emergency Management and Homeland Security Concentration/Graduate Certificate


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The graduate concentration in Emergency Management and Homeland Security is available as a concentration within the MPA and MCJ programs, or as a stand-alone certificate for non-degree students.  This concentration, which requires 15 credit hours (5 courses) provides advanced education in the management of emergencies, hazards, disasters, and homeland security.  For more information, contact Brian Gerber at brian.gerber@ucdenver.edu.

 

Requirements


Students take two of three required courses as well as three elective courses approved by their advisor. The emergency management and homeland security concentration/certificate allows students to choose electives organized in the following tracks: policy and management, spatial analysis and quantitative assessment, public safety, homeland security and justice or public and environmental health. Students may choose courses in one track to create a more focused concentration or pick from among the tracks to fulfill their elective course requirements.

Total: 15 Hours


The emergency management and homeland security certificate requires the completion of three electives chosen from a preapproved, multidisciplinary list of courses relevant to emergency management. Students may choose electives in one of three tracks: policy and management; spatial analysis, planning and quantitative assessment; or public safety, homeland security and justice.

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