The MPS in Emergency Management degree from the Tulane School of Professional Advancement teaches students the skills and knowledge needed to play a leading role in protecting communities from both natural and human-created hazards and disasters, including those stemming from climate change, as well as responding to ongoing terrorist threats. Students gain the knowledge and the practical skills that are required in the ever-changing threat environment, both domestically and abroad.
The School of Professional Advancement awards the MPS in Emergency Management degree following the successful completion of 11 graduate courses comprised of nine core courses, one elective, and one capstone course. No thesis is required.
The MPS in Emergency Management consists of nine core courses, one elective, and one capstone course.
|EMMT 6001||Intro to Emergency Management||3|
|EMMT 6002||Health & Med Issues in EM||3|
|EMMT 6003||Approaches- Counter Terrorism||3|
|EMMT 6004||Business Continuity||3|
|EMMT 6005||Risk Mgt & Threat Assessment||3|
|EMMT 6006||Emergency Planning||3|
|EMMT 6007||Disaster Communications||3|
|EMMT 6008||Cyber Threats and Homeland Sec||3|
|EMMT 6009||Emergency Management Admin||3|
|EMMT 7001||Sport/Event Security and Respo||3|
|or EMMT 7002||Leadership, Influence, and Dec|
|EMMT 7900||Emergency Management Capstone||3|
|Total Credit Hours||33|