Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Studying this postgraduate degree in Emergency and Disaster Management, you will examine the underlying drivers of risk, taking into account the risk factors during, and in the aftermath of, an emergency. Emergency and disaster management is a vital sector within the healthcare industry, and has a profound impact on the lives of individuals and communities who find themselves at the front-line of a natural or man-made disaster. When an emergency situation does arise, strong leadership in the form of effective management is vital. Effective leaders are able to coordinate efficient responses that factor in unpredictability and rapidly changing circumstances. You will gain practical skills in crisis communication planning and decision-making, and learn to operate in unstable and unpredictable environments with decisiveness.
48 credit points consisting of 4 core units in Emergency and Disaster Management.
- Emergency and Disaster Management
Standard entry requirements
- Domestic students only. A completed recognised bachelor degree in any discipline
- Or a completed recognised diploma qualification (or higher award) with at least three years appropriate full-time professional work experience
- Or current registration within the applicant's field of practice with a nationally recognised professional body with at least three years full-time professional work experience which includes at least one year in a supervisory or leadership role
- Or at least seven years full-time professional experience in a supervisory or leadership role.
Graduates will be eligible for entry into QUT's Master of Health Management with a reduced course duration.
|Campus||Fees||Mid year intake||Attendance|
|Kelvin Grove||International: $15,600||No|