GOV 678 - Crisis/Disaster Consequence Management (3)

Assists local governments and communities in planning and preparing to deal with disasters on the scale of 9/11, major hurricanes, earthquake relief, and other natural and manmade occurrences that involve a large loss of life and/or substantial property and infrastructure damage. Taught in conjunction with experts from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and other local responder agencies, the course is designed to inform the public and local government officials of what it takes to be prepared for disasters and natural occurrences of substantial consequence.