Emergency Management and Planning Certificate

Affordable. Credible. Flexible. Balance it all with NSU's degree completion programs and certificates

The Emergency Management and Planning courses count for academic credit and are designed to be incorporated into the NSU Certificate of Emergency Management and Planning.

For more information about degree requirements, visit the NSU catalog.

Courses Include

First 8 weeks
Cr J 3673 Emergency Management Skills (3 hours)
Cr J 4713 Hazard Analysis and Risk Assessment (3 hours)

Second 8 weeks
Cr J 3613 Emergency and Disaster Planning (3 hours)
Cr J 4723 Exercise Design and Evaluation (3 hours)

Third 8 weeks
Cr J 4663 Disaster Response Operations and Management (3 hours)
Cr J 3663 Disaster Response and Recovery (3 hours)

Fourth 8 weeks
Cr J 3733 Crisis Communication for Emergency Managers (3 hours)
Cr J 4763 Information Technology and Emergency Operations Centers (3 hours)


For more information about this certificate program, visit our FAQ page.

\Certificate Available at

  • Tahlequah
  • Blended: online and face-to-face

Transferring to NSU?

Make your transition to NSU as smooth and seamless as possible.

Visit Transfer Student Services for more information.

Ready for an exciting new career? Continue your degree with convenient blended, online, and weekend classes.


Emergency Management Student Spotlight


Autumn works for Phillips 66 in Houston, TX as an Emergency Response specialist. Autumn plans and helps oversee emergency management for the company's global operations. 

Every summer she goes through refinery firefighting training at Texas A&M and these are some photos of her from training this summer. 
CEMP Photo
There are many great career opportunities for our students who obtain their Certificate of Emergency Management and Planning!
For more information on how you can get started earning this certificate call 918.449.6470 or email cel@nsuok.edu

Certificate of Emergency Management and Planning Brochure:

College of Extended Learning Brochure