Master of Science in Safety, Security & Emergency Management-Fire and Emergency Services
All students in the Master of Science in Safety, Security & Emergency Management online degree program will take 6 core courses focusing on various topics such as safety, security and emergency management administration, legislation and legal compliance, workers’ compensation/labor law, emergency preparation and response, and auditing. They will also take support courses on industrial safety management, security management, environmental hazards and specific concentration courses of the student’s choice.
The Fire & Emergency Services Concentration and Certificate programs were designed to build graduate-level knowledge on top of the experience-based skills of professional fire, rescue and emergency response personnel.
The curriculum of the Fire & Emergency Services concentration focuses on current issues that affect first response organizations and their strategic operations. Courses in this concentration include strategic planning, leadership, financial administration and public emergency services.
The dynamic fields of first response management, fire engineering and rescue operations, require assertive leaders who can see beyond a situation. This concentration fortifies the leadership aptitude of fire and emergency service professionals, preparing them for management level responsibilities.
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