SNHU MGT 615 Entire Class

MGT 620 – Principles of Emergency Management (Online)


This course examines the nation’s emergency management system at all levels of government. Using exemplars and anti-exemplars, students will study how the system works to prevent disasters that are preventable, and how it works to mitigate the consequences of those disasters that are not. The National Incident Management System and the National Preparedness System will be studied and emphasized. Topics will include communications, leadership, disaster management methods, and program building models, the all-hazards concept and analysis, community resiliency, the whole-community concept, and the five national frameworks (Prevention, Protection, Mitigation, Response, and Recovery) under the National Preparedness System. Students who complete this course will have a comprehensive understanding of the nation’s emergency management system, and of how communities mitigate against, respond to, and recover from all disaster events.

Note: This entire class includes discussions, assignments, course projects, and exams.

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