If you're a first responder who wants to progress into business management in emergency care, the Bachelor of Science in Health Administration with a concentration in Emergency Management* certificate option is a good place to start.
The program allows you to move the courses that help you learn management job skills toward the beginning of your course sequence, which can help you step up in your career as you complete your degree. Upon completion of the core job skills courses, you'll receive a certificate that you can use to show mastery of those courses.
Discover how University of Phoenix prepares you to take the lead in emergency management. Speak with an Enrollment Representative (www.phoenix.edu/request-information.html) about how this degree program can help prepare you to move from fieldwork to management while still in school.
*If approved in Maryland, residents completing this program will earn a Bachelor of Science in Health Administration with an emphasis in Emergency Management.
Requirements and prerequisites
You will need XXX credits to complete this program, which may be earned from a combination of required and elected courses. However, required courses may vary based on previous experience, training or transferable credits. View general requirements (www.phoenix.edu/programs/degree-programs/associates-and-bachelors-general-education-requirements.html)
There are no prerequisites for this course.
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