M.S. in Disaster Medicine and Management

MS in Disaster Medicine and Management

M.S. in Disaster Medicine and Management has two options for completion.  The primary route is done mainly as a distance learning program which can be done both for students from the US and for international students.  All students are required to participate in the one on-campus conference week in the summer (6.5 days).  In this program students complete the course sequence as it fits their schedule.

The newer option, particularly popular with international students allow students to come to the campus to study in a fulltime program.  This new option allows students to complete the program by registering for classes that combine in-person classroom seminars and activities with supportive material in the Blackboard learning management system.  

Using the University resources and our academic partners, we have designed the hybrid on-campus course sections with opportunities to explore and discuss pertinent topics during each term.

**International students that come to the University note: International students need to be registered as fulltime students completing 3 courses (9 credits) a term. It is important to note that depending on which term you begin, several courses do have prerequisites so the length of the program is dependent on this course sequencing.