Jacksonville State University offers a Certificate in Emergency Management, designed for emergency managers or those who desire to expand their knowledge base, yet do not wish to pursue a formal master's at this time. Individuals must have a bachelor's degree form a regionally accredited institution to be eligible to enter the certificate program.
|EM 505 Foundations in Emergency Management||3 hours|
|EM 525 Damage Recovery||3 hours|
|EM 540 Hazard Mitigation||3 hours|
|EM 545 Emergency Preparedness||3 hours|
|EM 555 Disaster Response||3 hours|
DISTANCE LEARNING AT JSU
JSU is uniquely qualified to meet your distance learning needs. A pioneer in the field, approximately 1,000 of JSU's student body of 8,500 students are pursuing course work via distance learning. Students are not required to attend any sessions on campus. For more information, contact Jacksonville State University's Department of Emergency Management at: email@example.com
ADVISEMENT AND REGISTRATION
Advisement is required for all students accepted into the program. If considering application to the MS in Emergency Management program, contact:
Ms. Denise DaSilva at 256-782-8262 or 800-231-JAX1
For information on admission to JSU's graduate school, contact JSU's College of Graduate Studies at:
Phone: 256-782-5329 or 800-231-JAX1
Graduate Certificate Program Disclosures
JSU provides comprehensive library services for distance learning students. Information on JSU's Distance Learning Library can be found at: http://www.jsu.edu/library/services/de_services.html
ADMISSIONS REQUIREMENTS FOR GRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN
Applicants must possess an undergraduate degree from an institution accredited by the appropriate regional accrediting association. A particular undergraduate major is not specified for admission to this program. Applicants for the graduate certificate in emergency management must submit:
1. Completed JSU application.
2. Non-refundable $30.00 application processing fee.
3. Official transcript from the postsecondary institution awarding the bachelor's degree.
4. If English is not the applicant's native language, the applicant is required to submit an official Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) score report. A minimum score of 500 on the paper-based or 173 on the computer-based TOEFL is required for admission. The TOEFL is not required for international students who have earned a bachelor's degree from a United States regionally accredited institution.