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Emergency management focuses on organising communities to respond to disasters, survive them, rebuild social structures and infrastructure, and sustain and preserve life.
Massey University’s Master of Emergency Management offers two study pathways for students:
Coursework Pathway requires completion of 180 credits worth of coursework chosen to provide a diverse academic platform tailored for those wishing to follow the practitioner’s career-path.
Research Pathway, split into two 90 credit blocks consisting of both coursework and thesis components to develop both the practice and research capabilities in emergency management.
With the Master of Emergency Management you’ll gain in-depth knowledge about a range of emergency management issues, practices and
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An undergraduate degree with a minimum B grade average or above across relevant courses in the final two years of study, AND
At least two years relevant industry or professional experience. OR
A Postgraduate Diploma in Emergency Management or equivalent, with at least a B grade average.
Note: Students with a Postgraduate Diploma in Emergency Management may be admitted directly to Part Two, completing 120 credits. Part Two must be completed, with the remaining credits being selected from Part One courses.
Please see the university website for further information on fees for this course. Students/Documents/Programmes-Available-to-Internationals.pdf
Massey’s Joint Centre for Disaster Research (JCDR) provides a supportive environment. I love being around the students and staff. We have great conversations and discussions about disaster management and other things.
Massey also provides us opportunities to engage with different organisations and stakeholders through various events.
Emergency management offers different career opportunities in New Zealand and other countries. If you choose to study in this field, my advice is to enjoy it and have fun. Meet new people and engage in the opportunities you have to network.
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