About this program
The primary aim of the programme is to produce students who can deliver excellence in the practice of emergency management, as well as to: instill a comprehensive understanding of the major theories of emergency management including planning, problem structuring, human aspects and communications, and how these are applied in practice; utilise networking skills across agencies as a means of extending the knowledge base and facilitating best practice, in order to become an agent of change and reconciliation within professional settings; understand the impact of information and communications technologies in emergency management and demonstrate a capacity to use these technologies; take a rigorous approach to research design and implementation so that findings can illuminate practice and provide the foundation for models of excellent practice in the field.
Does this course require proof of English proficiency?
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About this institute
Dublin City University is a young university, situated on an 85 acre campus three miles north of the River Liffey in the city centre and just a 15-minute drive from Dublin airport. With the city just a 10-minute bus drive...
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