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You like to have a plan, and a back-up plan. You are the first one there when a friend or neighbor needs help. The growing field of emergency management needs people who are calm under pressure and have a knack for thinking of every contingency. Our A.A.S. degree program, developed in conjunction with the NYS Emergency Management Office, gives you the skills to help people in need. Official Program Description>
You will learn how to determine the emergency-related needs of a community or organization, work with government officials, coordinate and manage emergency response resources, and assess damage following a disaster or emergency. Curriculum > Learning Outcomes >
In addition to class lectures, you will visit emergency training events and participate in mock emergency response activities. The program includes courses of study as offered by the FEMA higher Education Project. Course Descriptions > Facilities + Technology >
Upon successful completion of this degree program, you can find career opportunities and/or promotions in federal, state or local emergency management, law enforcement, fire protection, paramedic services, industrial safety, risk management, asset protection and more. Career Paths >
It is important that students who plan to transfer after
completing their studies at Onondaga consult from the beginning of their academic
program with an OCC advisor and a contact at the transfer college to make sure
both OCC's degree requirements and transfer requirements are being meet. You
can view current information on transfer
agreements on our Transfer Services page.
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