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15 Credit Certificate Program -
University of Wisconsin Green Bay

Choice of Graduate or Undergraduate Credit

Emergency Response CycleThe risk of hazardous events is increasing dramatically as a consequence of our growing ability to alter our environment.

Experts project that emergencies causing catastrophic loss of life, property and resources will occur more frequently in the future. Devastation and losses from a disaster can be lessened when businesses, emergency personnel and governments put organized, developed plans in place. Such planning requires skills in budgeting, administration, management and emergency operation procedures.

 

Earn a Bachelor's Degree with an Area of Emphasis in Emergency Management

Emergency Management is now available as a bachelor's degree area of emphasis through our Adult Degree Programs. To learn more about this program, click here or contact an Adult Degree Advisor at (920) 465-2423.

 

Spring 2015 Strategic Emergency Preparedness, Planning and Implementation

Meeting dates are February 13-14, March 6-7, and May 1-2, 2015.

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What will you learn?

The UW-Green Bay certificate in Emergency Management, Planning and Administration provides coursework in:

This program is the only Emergency Management Certificate in the State of Wisconsin that awards university graduate and undergraduate credit for all professions.

 

Who should enroll?

The courses offered in the Emergency Management, Planning, and Administration program are designed for those already in the profession, as well as for those pursuing a career in the field. This includes:

 

What is the course delivery option?

Students and instructors will meet face-to-face three weekends in a semester (Friday evening and all day Saturday). Courses will be held in Green Bay. See our website for hotels and motels close to the course site.

How long will it take to complete the certificate?

You will be able to complete the certificate in 2 years.

 

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University of Wisconsin - Green Bay