Research underscores the need for developing leaders and citizens who can respond appropriately in a crisis. The reality of today’s crises is that they are likely to overlap organizational and geographic boundaries and catapult from local to international challenges. Crises-whether pandemics, natural disasters, information security, or terrorism-are realities for organizations and communities.
The Minor in Crises Preparedness integrates courses from multiple disciples (public relations, political science, information technology, and others) to prepare you as leaders and citizens to capitalize on the strengths and innovations needed to be prepared to respond to crises of the future.
Required Courses: 9 Credit Hours
Elective Courses: 6 Credit Hours
Choose two of the following:
Total Number of Credit Hours: 15Curriculum