Natural Disasters is an emphasis on naturally occurring disasters and their scientific nature including prediction, preparedness and response. This concentration is available on-campus.
Take two courses from the following:
- GEOG 1030 Introduction to Physical Geography
- GEOL 1010 Environmental Geology
- GEOG 1050 Human-Environment Geography
Take two courses from the following to reach a 15-hour minimum:
- GEOG 3510 Meteorology (optional GEOG 3514 Meteorology Lab)
- GEOG 4260 Process Geomorphology
- GEOG 4320 Climatology
- GEOG 4330 Soil Genesis Morphology & Classification
- GEOG 4340 Water Resources
Within the Bachelor of Science in Emergency Management, students choose two concentrations. There are 15 concentrations to choose from. Several concentrations that pair well with Natural Disasters include: Aviation Administration, Fire Service Management, Logistics Management, Nonprofit Management and Public Health.
A minor in Geography is also available; for more information, see the Emergency Management and Disaster Science Academic Advisor.
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