Public Administration 366
Emergency Planning and Administration (3 cr) (SS)
This course will introduce the concepts, theories, principles and practices of emergency planning and administration. It is intended to provide students with the analytic tools and techniques they can use in ranking risks and anticipating crises and then developing and implementing strategic preparedness programs in the public sector. They will identify the various aspects of government and nonprofit planning for emergencies and show how these plans are tied to budgets, operational controls and public accountability.
Prerequisite: Public Administration 221 or Criminal Justice 212 or consent of the instructor.