Emergency Management/Homeland Security, Certificate of Achievement
Banner Code: 3_CN_EMGT
Control Number: 19516
Not Financial Aid Eligible
The Emergency Management/Homeland Security (EM/HS) program prepares students to enter the emerging profession of homeland security and disaster management. Our curriculum is designed to provide the learner with a foundation of technical and professional knowledge needed by emergency and security workers to meet local, state and national safety responsibilities, both in the public and private sectors. Our program emphasizes an All-Hazard approach to emergency planning and security management, with courses in preparedness planning, risk mitigation, emergency response, and disaster recovery. In addition, we offer homeland security course content in terrorism studies, information security, and critical infrastructure resiliency, consistent with the National Response Framework. Coastline’s EM/HS program advances students by broadening core competencies in intelligence analysis, disaster planning, leadership development, and communications theory. Students who successfully complete the program will gain entry-level employment in the fields of law enforcement, fire service, urban planning, security management, information security, business continuity, and other service-related occupations.
Program Level Student Learning Outcomes
Upon completion of this program, students will be able to:
- Recognize the types of hazards that can negatively impact a community and assess the variables that impact this type of hazard exposure.
- Distinguish some of the fundamental roles and responsibilities of the professional emergency manager established by the Emergency Management Institute.
- Demonstrate effective skills using well established problem-solving, communication and interpersonal techniques.
Review Graduation Requirements.
|Complete the following:
|Introduction to Emergency Management
|Introduction to Homeland Security
|Select two of the following:
|Crisis Response for Responders (CRR)
|Crisis Management of Special Populations
|Introduction to Public Information Officer (PIO)
|Intelligence Analysis and Security Management
|Transportation and Border Security
|Work Based Learning
|Units Required for Major