Emergency Management and Continuity Planning

Certificate Overview

The School of Public Health and the College of Business Administration offers a Certificate in Emergency Management and Continuity Planning to qualified professionals in a completely online format. The Emergency Management and Continuity Planning (EMCP) Certificate Program provides participants with interdisciplinary training with an emphasis on "real" world experience. The courses that comprise the certificate are designed and presented by leading experts in the field in order to help individuals develop and refine their emergency management and continuity planning skills. Participants of the certificate program will be able to:

Certificate Program Requirements (16 SH)

The academic certificate in Emergency Management and Continuity Planning requires 5 courses for a total of 16 semester hours (SH) and is designed for completion in as little as three semesters (two courses each in the fall and spring semester and one in the summer). This certificate requires the following courses:

Course

Title

Credits

HPA 407

Foundations of Emergency Management and Continuity Programs

3 SH

EOHS 572

Environmental Risk Assessment and Management

4 SH

IDS 524

Strategic Emergency Management and Continuity Planning

3 SH

IDS 541

Disaster Response and Recovery Operations

3 SH

HPA 497

Integrative Project in Emergency Management

3 SH

 

How to Apply

For information on the certificate admissions process, please visit the Admissions section of our website.

More Information

For further information about the Emergency Management and Continuity Planning certificate, please visit the certificate website or contact:

UIC External Education
(312) 355-0423
emcp@uic.edu

How to Apply

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