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About Emergency Management

EADM Courses

  • Fundamentals of Emergency Management (EADM201)
  • Risk and Hazard Impact Studies (EADM205)
  • Disaster Management and Preparedness (EADM220)
  • Communities Preparedness and Defense (EADM222)
  • Legal Issues in Emergency Management (EADM307)
  • Incident Command: System Coordination and Assessment (EADM400): Student learn about the Incident Command System (ICS) and National Incident Management System (NIMS).
  • Simulation Disaster Training (EADM430): Students utilize incident command, virtual laboratory, and hazmat software to develop their own tabletop exercises.
  • Disaster Simulation (EADM435): Students will participate in virtual simulated activities to demonstrate competencies in preparing for, responding to, and recovering from emergencies and disasters.
  • Internship in Emergency Management (EADM480): Students have had internship with local county and state emergency management agencies, county public health, American Red Cross, and other agencies.
  • Senior Project (EADM485)

Jay Roorbach
roorbachj@canton.edu