Examines administrative principles regarding organizing/managing functional areas of fire, safety, and security.
SSEM Core Courses
The core of the Safety, Security & Emergency Management Master’s Degree Program represents the fundamental safety and security knowledge every student needs to know before entering his or her elected concentration.
Comprehensive study and analysis of federal/state regulations and legislation such as OSHA and EPA, which mandate compliance with certain safety, health, and environmental conditions and practices relating to work performed in occupational, industrial, and comparable settings.
Theory and application of auditing in safety, fire, security and emergency management settings. Comprehensive study of risk/threat exposure and assessment.
Identification/evaluation of problems, data interpretation, research/planning, models/applications for contemporary approaches to proactive safety, security and emergency management.