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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.

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

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“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

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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.

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Entry Requirements

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