Introduction to Emergency Management for SportsCEM 489 Introduction to Emergency Management for Sports
CEM 489 Introduction to Emergency Management for Sports: This course examines theories, components, systems, and strategies in contemporary disaster and emergency management. Students examine: 1) The historical, administrative, institutional, and organizational framework of disaster and emergency management in the United States; 2) The role of the federal, state, and local governments in disasters; 3) The role of nongovernmental organizations in emergency management; 4) The role of land use regulation, the media, crisis communication, insurance, and citizen participation; 5) The social and economic costs of disasters; and 6) The management of natural and man-made disasters. (4 CEUs) To purchase the textbook, please visit the Academy Bookstore.
Class Length: 18 Weeks
- Actual completion is 16 weeks from registration.
Course Sections — Summer 2019