Disaster and Emergency Management Degree with Christian-Focus
Disaster and Emergency Management, B.S.
Now is the time to enroll in a Christian-focused, accredited, online Disaster and Emergency Management bachelor degree program. With the onset of irregular weather patterns, super storms and other natural disasters, Disaster and Emergency Management is one of the top 10 professional fields experiencing job growth.
Many faith-based organizations, including churches, respond to such crises. During a disaster or emergency, people often turn to faith to help them cope. Crown’s Christ-centered online degree in Disaster and Emergency Management not only addresses management principles, public policies and best practices, but our Disaster and Emergency Management BS also addresses the faith aspects that go hand-in-hand with this critically important work. Tuition is priced competitively, lower than at similar accredited institutions. In fact, 98% of Crown’s enrollees received student loans, scholarships or financial aid.
Law enforcement, military personnel and city planning professionals will find a major or minor in the Christian-focused online Disaster and Emergency Management degree a significant career enhancement. When paired with Crown’s accredited, online Christ-centered degree in Criminal Justice, the BS in Disaster and Emergency Management further prepares Christian graduate students for professional advancement. Coursework includes emergency preparedness and crisis communications, recovery operations, and how Christ-centered emergency relief evolves into community development work.
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"Crown’s B.S. degree in Disaster and Emergency Management uniquely positions graduates to work with for-profit and non-profit organizations actively responding to such crises. Our graduates will apply their leadership and management expertise using strategic planning and decision-making models from a Christian perspective, bringing ethics and cultural sensitivity to the practice of emergency and crisis management."
- Darin Mather, PhD, Program Chair, Social Sciences