Bachelor of Emergency Management Articulated Set

includes:

Bachelor of Emergency Management
Associate Degree in Emergency Management [Exit Point Only]

Awards

The course includes the following awards:

Associate Degree in Emergency Management AssocDegEmergMgt

Bachelor of Emergency Management BEmergMgt

Availability

Bachelor of Emergency Management (2419EM)

Online - Manly

Availability is subject to change, please verify prior to enrolment.

Normal Course Duration

Bachelor of Emergency Management

Full-time: 3.0 years (or part-time equivalent)

Associate Degree in Emergency Management [Exit Point Only]

Full-time: 2.0 years (or part-time equivalent)

Course duration is the effective time taken to complete a course when studied full-time (full-time equivalent duration). Students are advised to consult the Enrolment Pattern to determine length of study. Not all courses are offered in full-time mode.

Admission Criteria

CSU Admission Policy

Bachelor of Emergency Management

Applicants for the Bachelor of Emergency Management must meet the following Admission Requirements:

At least one year's work experience (paid or voluntary) in an industry, organisation, agency or enterprise that has emergency management roles and responsibilities demonstrated by a detailed resume.

English Language Proficiency
Minimum CSU English Language Proficiency Requirements apply.

Credit

CSU Credit Policy

Bachelor of Emergency Management

Standard CSU credit regulations apply.

Study in Emergency Management at VET level or higher will be considered for credit. Applications for proficiency credit will also be considered along with industry specific certifications.

Associate Degree in Emergency Management [Exit Point Only]
Standard CSU credit regulations apply.

Articulation

The Bachelor and Associate Degree [Exit Point Only] make up an articulated set of courses and credit is given in each higher level course for the subjects completed in the lower.

Graduation Requirement

Bachelor of Emergency Management

To graduate students must satisfactorily complete 192 points.

Associate Degree in Emergency Management [Exit Point Only]

To graduate students must satisfactorily complete 128 points.

Course Structure

Course Structure

The course consists of 21 subjects (192 Credit Points). Students may exit with an Associate Degree award upon completion of the first 128 Credit Points.

Common subjects (Associate Degree)

  • EMG100 Introduction to Emergency Management
  • EMG101 Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment
  • EMG102 Emergency Decision Making
  • EMG103 Emergency Management Plan Development
  • EMG201 Training and Exercise Development
  • EMG206 Analysis of Disaster Response (16CP)
  • EMG208 Post Impact Disaster Management (16 CP)
  • PSY111 Foundations of Psychology for Health and Human Services
  • IKC101 Indigenous Australian Cultures, Histories and Contemporary Realities
  • SCI103 Communicating Environmental Data
  • JST324 Team Management and Leadership
  • AHT404 Climate Change Impacts, Mitigation and Adaptation
  • SPA215 Principles of Geographic Information systems
  • Plus one Elective

Bachelor subjects as per Associate Degree, plus the following

  • EMG307 Developing a Disaster Recovery Plan (16 points)
  • EMG308 Disaster Recovery, Sustainability and Resilience
  • EMG309 Humanitarian Relief
  • PSY316 Psychology of Stress and Trauma
  • AGS320 Water Policy and Management (EM)
  • Plus two Electives

Electives

Students may select three subjects from the Universitys list of undergraduate subjects. It will be the student's responsibility to select subjects based on subject availability, prerequisites, co-requisites and/or enrolment restrictions.

Enrolment Pattern

Enrolment Pattern

Commencing Session 1

Session1
EMG100 Introduction to Emergency Management
IKC101 Indigenous Australian Cultures, Histories and Contemporary Realities

Session 2
EMG101 Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment
PSY111 Foundations of Psychology for Health and Human Services

Session 3
EMG102 Emergency Decision Making
SCI103 Communicating Environmental Data

Session 4
EMG103 Emergency Management Plan Development
JST324 Team Management and Leadership

Session 5
EMG201 SOP's, Training and Exercise Development
SPA215 Principles of Geographic Information Systems

Session 6
AHT404 Climate Change Impacts, Mitigation and Adaptation
Elective

Session 7
EMG206 Critical Analysis of Disaster Response (16 points)

Session 8
EMG208 Post Impact Disaster Management (16 points)

Students may elect to exit at this point and graduate with the Associate Degree in Emergency Management

Session 9
EMG308 Disaster Recovery, Sustainability and Resilience
AGS320 Water Policy and Management (EM)

Session 10
EMG307 Developing a Disaster Recovery Plan (16 points)

Session 11
EMG309 Humanitarian Relief
Elective

Session 12
PSY316 Psychology of Stress and Trauma Elective


Commencing Session 2 (mid year)

Session 1
EMG100 Introduction to Emergency Management
IKC101 Indigenous Australian Cultures, Histories and Contemporary Realities

Session 2
EMG101 Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment
SCI103 Communicating Environmental Data

Session 3
EMG103 Emergency Management Plan Development
PSY111 Foundations of Psychology for Health and Human Services

Session 4
EMG201 SOP's, Training and Exercise Development
SPA215 Principles of Geographic Information Systems (GIS)

Session 5
EMG102 Emergency Decision Making
JST324 Team Management and Leadership

Session 6
EMG206 Critical Analysis of Disaster Response (16 points)

Session 7
EMG208 Post Impact Disaster Management (16 points)

Session 8
AGS320 Water Policy and Management (EM)
Elective

Students may elect to exit at this point and graduate with the award of Associate Degree in Emergency Management


Session 9
AHT404 Climate Change Impacts, Mitigation and Adaptation
PSY316 Psychology of Stress and Trauma

Session 10
EMG309 Humanitarian Relief EMG308 Disaster Recovery, Sustainability and Resilience

Session 11
EMG307 Developing a Disaster Recovery Plan (16 points)

Session 12
Elective
Elective


Commencing Session 3

Session 1
EMG100 Introduction to Emergency Management
EMG102 Emergency Decision Making

Session 2
EMG101 Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment
IKC101 Indigenous Australian Cultures, Histories and Contemporary Realities

Session 3
EMG103 Emergency Management Plan Development
PSY111Foundation of Psychology for Health and Human Services

Session 4
EMG201 SOP's, Training and Exercise Development
SCI103 Communicating Environmental Data

Session 5
JST324 Team Management and Leadership
Elective

Session 6
EMG206 Critical Analysis of Disaster Response (16 points)

Session 7
EMG208 Post Impact Disaster Management (16 points)

Session 8
AGS320 Water Policy and Management (EM)
SPA215 Principles of Geographic Information Systems


Students may elect to exit at this point and graduate with the award Associate Degree in Emergency Management


Session 9
AHT404 Climate Change Impacts, Mitigation and Adaptation
PSY316 Psychology of Stress and Trauma

Session 10
EMG308 Disaster Recovery, Sustainability and Resilience
EMG309 Humanitarian Relief

Session 11
EMG307 Developing a Disaster Recovery Plan (16 points)

Session 12
Elective
Elective

Contact

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The information contained in the CSU Handbook was accurate at the date of publication: September 2019. The University reserves the right to vary the information at any time without notice.

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