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Walden’s online Master of Science in Emergency Management program helps prepare you with the advanced skills you need to lead emergency response efforts, improve public policy, and protect communities from natural and human-caused disasters. Whether you work in the nonprofit, private, or public sector, this online master’s program will help enable you to serve in a variety of emergency management leadership roles. These roles may include collaborating with first-responder and critical incident-management teams, working with government leaders to improve public policy, and developing and delivering training to response teams and communities.
The online MS in Emergency Management program focuses on the key competencies related to creating and implementing disaster prevention and response plans. Coursework will also help prepare you to earn certificates from Federal Emergency Management Agency’s (FEMA’s) Emergency Management Institute.
Find detailed information for this program, including possible occupations, completion rate, program costs, and median student loan debt.
"Walden’s certificate programs help working professionals expand their skills and gain additional credentials to help them advance in their careers. In addition to building their knowledge base, students can get a head start on completing bachelor’s, master’s, or doctoral degrees at Walden."
Mark Gordon, PhD
Associate Dean, School of Public Policy and Administration
You may be eligible to earn certificates from the Emergency Management Institute at FEMA as you complete your coursework.
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Receive a $3,000 civil service grant when you begin this program on May 31, 2016. Contact an enrollment advisor to learn how you may qualify.
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