CMT2200 Intro to Crisis and Disaster Management
Educational Level: Lower undergraduate, Associate
Credit Hours: 3 Credits
Instructor: Dr. Howard Woodruff
This class will review the history and development of crisis and disaster management. It will also discuss the wide range of hazards that can cause a disaster and it will explore the four phases of emergency management (preparedness, mitigation, response, recovery).
How This Course Benefits Students:
The student need served by this class is to provide a foundational understanding of the subject of Crisis and Disaster Management to those who will become involved in this field of ministry in their communities.
Why This Course Is Important:
Crisis and disaster management is a field in which specific techniques, procedures, and organizations are required to be effective. This course will help the student demonstrate an understanding of these factors.