Homeland Security Emergency Management Degree Programs

Some form of post-secondary degree or certification is now required for most emergency management jobs. Whether required or not, a professional certification will very likely put the holder at an advantage over other job seekers in the competitive emergency management job market.

Washington State has a large collection of colleges that offer degree programs in Homeland Security-Emergency Management. You can find collaborating colleges that specialize in cyber security, protective services, health care, information technology, criminal justice, and more.

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Collaborating Colleges

Big Bend College
Big Bend College
Ryann Leonard
HSEM AA Coordinator
509-793-2183
Edmonds College
Edmonds College
Larry Price
Human Services
425-640-1843
Cascadia Tech Academy
Cascadia Tech Academy
Jeffery Kaliner
HSEM Professor
(360) 604-1050
Highline College
Highline College
Steve Lettic
Faculty, Criminal Justice
206-592-3422
Lower Columbia College
Lower Columbia College
Brendon Glaser
Workforce Dean
360-442-2651
Olympic College
Olympic College
Stephen Quinn
Program Advisor
360-475-7345
Peninsula College
Peninsula College
Tanya Knight
Program Coordinator
360-417-6301
Pierce College
Pierce College
Cindy Bassage
Program Coordinator
253-912-3675
Renton Technical College
Renton Technical College
Scott Snider
Safety Director
425-235-7836
Skagit Valley College
Skagit Valley College
Bill Overby
Program Coordinator
360-416-7829