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Emergency Administration and Management A.S. Degree

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  • Training you in emergency management

    AS iconLearn what's in place on the federal, state and local levels to manage disaster preparedness and recovery. Our Associate in Science Degree in Emergency Administration and Management gives current and future emergency professionals a credential to get ahead in their careers. We offer two specialties: emergency administration and management or homeland security.

  • Homeland security and emergency management careers

    Our programs prepare you for jobs as emergency management directors, planners and specialists or security management specialists. To become certified as an emergency manager through the National Coordinating Council on Emergency Management (NCCEM), you need work experience.

  • Notice to Out-of-State Online Students

    ImportantDue to state authorization requirements for distance learning that are particular to each state, students who reside in Massachusetts, Minnesota and Nevada cannot enroll in online classes at St. Petersburg College as long as they are residents of those states.

  • The Emergency Administration and Management program at St. Petersburg College was the first such Associate in Science degree in the United States and the first offered completely online. It remains one of the nation’s leading programs.
  • What you will learn

    With our Emergency Administration and Management A.S. Degree and Certificate you will learn to:

    • Write emergency plans that meet local, state and federal guidelines
    • Communicate as a crisis advisor
    • Solve problems facing response teams
    • Planning and executing emergency operations
    • Effectively use federal, state and local mitigation programs
    • Recover from disasters
    • Provide emergency management public education
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