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Excel in Emergency Management with EKU


Why Choose EKU?

EKU students in the online Master’s degree can expect:

  • To build their professional network through interactions with industry professionals at various stages of their career and distinguished faculty
  • To learn to apply cutting-edge principles to ensure safety and security in everyday and emergency situations
  • To immediately apply real-world applications to their current jobs
  • To become qualified for access to high-paying, executive-level safety and security positions and to ensure a solid career future

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What Our Students Are Saying

This is a great program for anyone looking to advance their knowledge of the safety, security or emergency management fields. With the elective courses offered, it really allows you to tailor your education in the direction that fits best for you.”

Bryan Cox, Safety Supervisor, Global
Insulation, EKU SSEM Graduate

What Our Students Are Saying

From the start of my search for a Masters Program, EKU stood out in their willingness and ability to accommodate my needs. EKU representatives worked with me every step of the way insuring my requirements were completed properly and even offering advice how to properly use the web-based system.”

Michael Rowells, LTC, Army
EKU SSEM Graduate

What Our Students Are Saying

I cannot say enough about the good things the program at EKU offers. One can get as little, or as much, as they want from the program. It is entirely up to the individual. The faculty is there to assist the students in obtaining the knowledge they need to ensure they perform their jobs in the best, and most reliable, manner possible.”

Karl Coleman, Safety Manager / Emergency Management Coordinator
EKU SSEM Graduate

What Our Faculty Is Saying

For students, the most rewarding aspect is the opportunity to learn not only from instructors who are seasoned professionals, but also from their fellow students on the Discussion Board. They have an opportunity to gain insight into areas of the profession that they would not have ordinarily considered. The collective experience of instructors and students sets the stage for a rich learning environment.”

Scotty Dunlap, Professor