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EPRM 7092 Seminar in Applied Emergency Preparedness (Fall and Spring)



Course Description:

The purpose of this course is to provide the student with the opportunity to synthesize and integrate the knowledge and skills learned in previous emergency preparedness course work. Students will gain insight in the practical application of emergency management principles and practice in a variety of settings. The course examines the application of emergency management in both the public and private sector as well as provides perspectives on emergency preparedness as a profession. Lectures are designed to be discussion-based and provide the student with global insight into the practice of multi-disciplinary emergency management.

Prerequisites: All preceding EPRM courses. All distance education certificate only students or students who are pursuing the certificate as part of their MPH studies will complete the EPRM Seminar course or Capstone course (HPMM 7096) with the approval of the Program Director.