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Emergency Management

These are the course and credit requirements for an Emphasis in Emergency Management. View the Emergency Management Emphasis on the UW-Green Bay Catalog.

Emergency Management
Supporting Courses13
Complete three of the following:
PU EN AF 202
Introduction to Public Policy
PU EN AF 215
Introduction to Public Administration
PU EN AF 220
Economics, Politics, and Government Action
PU EN AF 225
Introduction to the Nonprofit Sector
American Government and Politics
Complete one Research/Statistics course:
Business Statistics
Social Science Statistics
MATH 260
Introductory Statistics
Upper Level Courses
PU EN AF 335
Principles and Practices of Emergency Management
PU EN AF 336
Strategic Emergency Preparedness, Planning and Implementation
PU EN AF 337
Disaster Response Operations and Management
PU EN AF 338
Disaster Recovery
PU EN AF 339
Political and Policy Dimensions of Emergency Management
Complete One Analytic Methods Course:
PU EN AF 453
Cost Benefit Analysis
PU EN AF 350
GIS in Public and Environmental Policy
Political Behavior
Choose from the following courses:
PU EN AF 305
Natural Resources Economic Policy
PU EN AF 306
Regulatory Policy and Administration
PU EN AF 314
Administrative Law
PU EN AF 315
Public and Non-Profit Management
PU EN AF 322
Environmental Planning
PU EN AF 344
Leadership in Organizations
PU EN AF 345
Human Resource and Risk Management
PU EN AF 379
Natural Resources Policy, Law, and Administration
PU EN AF 402
Environmental and Resource Economics
PU EN AF 406
State and Local Government
PU EN AF 407
Service in the Public Sector
PU EN AF 408
Public Policy Analysis
PU EN AF 415
Public and Nonprofit Budgeting
PU EN AF 428
Public and Nonprofit Program Evaluation
PU EN AF 431
Building Sustainable Landscapes
PU EN AF 494
Teaching Assistant
PU EN AF 497
PU EN AF 498
Independent Study
PU EN AF 499
Travel Course
Total Credits46