The browser you use is your choice, and you can still browse our site with IE6, but many of our pages will not look as nice. Emergency and Disaster ManagementThe Northwest DifferenceThe Emergency and Disaster Management major is a multidisciplinary, customizable program that focuses on three core areas: emergency management (preparation, mitigation, response and recovery), humanitarian relief in conjunction with homeland security, and defense.
Campus Community Emergency Response Team (C-CERT) training is an opportunity to become a certified responder. Missouri Hope is the largest training exercise in the state of Missouri with 14 exercise programs with partner schools and 12 partner agencies. Study Abroad is an opportunity for students to apply hands-on international experience to their own academic development. Each year, faculty-led study abroad is an option available to students who prefer to study abroad for two to four weeks with teaching taught by Northwest faculty members. The traditional program can be a semester, summer or year-long program and is taught by Northwest’s international partner institutions.

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Within these key areas, you become an expert in leadership, followership and, working under extreme pressure as well as critical thinking and problem solving skills.Minor in Emergency Disaster ManagementAn emergency disaster management minor provides students opportunities to add unique skills to their chosen major. This field exercise stimulates a humanitarian deployment to a fictional country, Atlantica, to provide assistance in a complex emergency environment in a foreign country.
The training includes disaster planning and preparation, small fire suppression, disaster medical operation and first aid, light search and rescue disaster psychology and CERT organization utilizing the Incident Command System. Faculty members provide short-term study programs that prepare students before, during and after the program.
Students are encouraged to participate in Missouri Hope, Campus Community Emergency Response Team training and Atlantic Hope.

Two types of study abroad programs are available, Faculty-led and traditional study abroad. This minor requires the completion of 27 credit hours.Learning ResourcesNorthwest students have the opportunity to gain hands-on experience at a 320-acre training area that utilizes a disaster simulation village and rope courses.
Training consists of search and rescue with adequate facilities to support deployment for field hospitals, fire trucks, ambulances and air ambulance helicopters.

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