(Available via Distance Education or On Campus)
GRADUATE STUDIES IN EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT
GRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT
UMBC offers the option for baccalaureate degree holders to take a limited number of graduate courses in a narrowly defined area of special interest in order to expand their educational preparation, and, in some cases, to prepare the student for professional certification examinations. The department offers a Graduate Certificate Program in the field of emergency management. It is intended to help current and aspiring emergency managers to develop graduate-level analytical, planning, and leadership skills in the increasingly important field of all-hazards emergency management, with a series of courses that are also designed to provide the educational material needed to qualify students for the certification exam of the International Association of Emergency Managers.
This certificate program can be taken as a stand-alone 5-7 course program, or as part of the student’s MS degree in Emergency Health Services. Prospective students who wish to take the certificate program only, should apply via online application [click here].
Students must complete, at a minimum, the following courses:
EHS 634: Disaster Mitigation 
EHS 636: Disaster Response 
EHS 637: Disaster Recovery 
EHS 638: Disaster Preparedness 
EHS 639: Catastrophe Preparedness and Response 
Total Graduate Certificate Credits Required: 
In addition, students are strongly encouraged to complete:
EHS 632: Disaster Health Services 
EHS 633: Refugee Health Services