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    The curriculum has been developed by experts to provide a combination of theoretical and applied knowledge. The program was approved as an Executive Master's Degree in Public Health (MPH) with specialization in Emergency& Disaster Management. The degree does not require a thesis, and there are 40 academic hours of study. Students are required to submit a final project that will count for 15% of their final GPA. The duration of studies is one continuous calendar year (three semesters, which include two regular semesters and the summer semester).

     

     

    Courses

    Introduction to Emergencies and Disaster                            

    2 credits

    Operational , Technological and Logistical – Topics in Disasters

    2 credits

    Public Policy

     

    2 credits

    Global warming & natural Hazards

     

    2 credits

    Epidemiology

     

    2 credits

     Mental Health Aspects of Emergencies and Disaster Situations 

    2 credits

     Statistics            

    2 credits

     On Debriefing and Organizational Learning                           

    2 credits

     Team Building

    1 credit 

    Ethics in disaster situations                               

    2 credits 

    Research Methods                                         

    2 credits 

    Introduction to CBRN     

    2 credits 

     Data Interpretation            

    1 credits 

     Risk and Crisis communication             

    2 credits 

    Introduction to Cyber Events Readiness and Response

     

    1 credits 

    Projects' Management Course in Mass Disasters and Mass Casualty Events                                                

    2 credits

     Humanitarian Affairs                                 

    2 credits 

    Crisis Management in Organizations                    

    1 credits 

    Risk and Crisis Communication Course

    2 credits

    Effective Leadership in Times of Crisis

    1 Credit

    Legal Aspects of Disaster Management & Humanitarian Action

    1 Credit

    Seminars

    Integrated Planning and Intervention & visits, meetings with emergency organizations, and visits during drills

    4 credits

     

     

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