Southern New Hampshire University

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Manchester NH 3106 

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Master of Science in Management - Emergency Management (Online)

Minimize risk and safeguard the public by earning an online Master of Science in Management (MSM) with a concentration in Emergency Management. You'll learn the management skills to plan, prepare and respond to critical threats in both life and business, such as organizational crises, natural disasters, hazardous spills and security threats.

MSM degrees are becoming increasingly popular and are designed to give current and aspiring managers the people and project skills to face today's extreme business challenges.

With Southern New Hampshire University's emergency management concentration, you'll be ready to evaluate strategies for preparedness and response and recovery using the guidelines of the Department of Homeland Security's Federal Incident Management System (FIMS). Upon graduation, you may be prepared to lead the crisis response in a variety of settings, from public agencies to private firms, on a local or global scale.

"The MS in Management with a concentration in Emergency Management program enhances student knowledge to prepare them to successfully practice within an evolving EM discipline," said Dr. Brenda Miller, adjunct instructor.

Learn how to:

  • Plan, prepare and respond to critical threats and events
  • Facilitate high-performance teams, disperse expert knowledge and guide teams through organizational change
  • Integrate communication skills for gathering and presenting information
  • Ensure strategic decision-making in business and management
  • Create plans that prioritize tasks, stabilize resource conflicts and integrate project management tools
  • Maintain accountability to the business through plans and decisions
  • Encourage an enterprising organizational culture and brand stewardship in employees and management approach

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