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Diploma Emergency Management

Bachelor of Emergency Response & Risk Management, Major in Martime Industries

The Bachelor, Diploma & Advanced Diploma Level Programme in Emergency Response & Risk Management are geared to individuals who want to position themselves for success in a public safety or related career. They recognize that getting a bachelor’s degree will give them a competitive edge, when combined with professional, volunteer, or internship experience. They typically are interested in making a difference in the world, solving problems and leading.


Proudly a member of the
Integrated Disaster Risk Management (IDRiM) Society


“Why do we love the sea? It is because it has some potent power to make us think things we like to think.”

Robert Henri

Why do a Bachelor of ERRM?

Prospective emergency services students include:

  • Those who have little or no professional public safety experience, but plan to pursue a career in emergency services administration

  • Public safety professionals, including police officers, EMTs and active and veteran military members, who seek education to expand or hone their knowledge and skills and position themselves for career advancement

  • Professionals in related fields who want to help their organization with emergency preparedness or make a career change

  • Undergraduates working toward a bachelor’s degree in a related subject, e.g., public health, nursing and environmental sciences, who want to complete a minor or second major in a related discipline

The sea, once it casts its spell, holds one in its net of wonder forever.

— Jacques Cousteau


Study Pathway – Martime Industries major

Students may enrol into the Bachelor of Emergency Response & Risk Management directly with an IELTS score of 6 or equivalent and suitable work experience. Should a student successfully complete the first year of the Bachelor programme but discontinue they may exit with the Diploma (L4) in Emergency Response & Risk Management. Students who successfully complete the first two years of the Bachelor programme and discontinue their studies, may exit the programme with an Advanced Diploma (L5) in Emergency Response & Risk Management. Additionally, students may enrol into the Level 4 Diploma in Emergency Response & Risk Management directly and proceed to the Level 5 Advanced Diploma once the Level 4 programme is completed as individual programmes of study, i.e. without enrolling into the Bachelor programme.


Entry Requirements

Required Courses for the Diploma, Advanced Diploma, Bachelor & Masters

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