Master of Science

Administration


Emergency Planning and Administration

Our Master of Science in Administration degree program will hone the leadership skills and knowledge you’ve already developed as an undergraduate, while at the same time broadening your professional network and opportunities.

It’s just what you’re looking for to enhance your career—and your salary, too.

And when you specialize in emergency planning and administration, you’ll work alongside your peers and industry-expert professors to examine various theories and practice in emergency management. You’ll broaden your current education by evaluating key tactics in planning and recovery—and you’ll be challenged to retain those tactics, providing an even stronger foundation on which to continue building your career.

With a degree in emergency planning and administration from Lynn, you’ll have all the tools and experience necessary to become a confident and reliable professional in the field of disaster prevention and response.

Request information about the Master of Science in Administration with a specialization in Emergency Planning and Administration. Or, if you’re ready, apply now.

This degree is only available online.

Career Opportunities

Your new degree will give you access to impressive career opportunities—many more than we could ever hope to list. Still, we’ve created this short sampling of careers you might pursue with this degree:

  • Director of public safety
  • Emergency manager
  • Public safety manager

We’re happy to help you set and reach your career goals. At Lynn, all students enjoy free career planning services.

Curriculum

You’ll learn all aspects of public administration while studying at Lynn. Foundational courses will feature topics in management, research methods and finances, while your specialization courses will dive deeper into the subjects of emergency preparedness, administration and aid, public safety and legal issues.

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Last modified: Aug. 13, 2014