EM302 Ethics in Emergency Management 3 credits

This course will introduce the students to a variety of ethical theories and review of ethical quandaries that can arise in each of the four phases of emergency management:  preparedness, response, recovery and mitigation.   The students will examine professional ethics, overcoming biases, avoiding discrimination, and developing sensitivity to populations and communities.

Prerequisite:
EM101 Introduction to Emergency and Disaster Management
and All Emergency & Disaster Management 200-level courses.