Top Emergency Management Degree Programs
Some form of postsecondary 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 HSEM Opportunties
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. Click on the map below to preview information about Washington State colleges in your area.
Pierce College – Bachelor of Applied Science in Homeland Security Emergency Management
Pierce College is pleased to announce its new Bachelor of Applied Science in Homeland Security Emergency Management degree program beginning winter 2017 (January 2017). This leadership and management degree program is part of a guided career pathway designed to prepare students to become 21st century emergency management professionals. The HSEM program is taught primarily online to train adults to oversee all-hazard emergency planning and training programs, coordinate disaster planning, and coordinate response and recovery efforts.
Pierce College HSEM Certificate/AA Degree – Collaborating Colleges
The following list of colleges are in collaboration with Pierce College’s HSEM Certificate and AA degree. The schools have an interagency agreement to allow for student and credit transfers.