Emergency Management Undergraduate Degree

The Emergency Management Program provides our students with a well-rounded science-based education leading to a Bachelor of Science in Emergency Management. Our curriculum is designed to educate our students on emergency management and disaster-related issues faced by individuals, families, businesses, local and national governments, and globally. Our graduates find career opportunities in the public and private sectors. Recent E.M. graduates have gone off onto careers with federal, state and local government, with law enforcement, fire service, the military and with numerous private businesses and industries.

The Emergency Management program requires students to complete two co-ops, (summer/winter break) and one experimental learning trip, (winter break).   Many students complete several co-ops.   Freshmen EM students will participate in our Habitat for Humanity Experiential Learning Trip.  Participation is required for all EM cadets who are freshmen or who transferred to MMA in the Spring.  You may read more about this by clicking on the Experiential Learning Trip link in the menu on the left side of this page.   Please see below for the 2019-2020 EM Program information:

Beth Israel Medical Center
Federal Emergency Management Agency
CVS Health
Federal Bureau of Investigation
Saint Go-Bain Performance Plastics
National Grid
TMC Environmental
American Red Cross
Tufts University
Total Terminals, International, LLC
Boston Conference of Teaching Hospitals
State Street, Corporation