Because the world needs professionals who are ready for anything
It’s more apparent than ever that responding to emergencies requires individuals with specialized knowledge, skills, and abilities.
The Berkeley College Emergency Preparedness and Response Certificate program will provide you with a foundation in a range of topics that includes various types of planning, security, and emergency management.
You’ll benefit from Berkeley’s proven track record of excellence in the criminal justice and national security fields, as well as Berkeley’s accomplished faculty, many of whom have extensive relevant professional experience.
The 15-credit certificate program consists of five courses of three credits each. The courses in the Emergency Preparedness and Response Certificate program can be taken Online or at any New Jersey campus where the courses are offered.
Credits from completed certificate program courses may be applied toward credits for a B.S. in National Security. The program can be completed in two semesters.
- NTS2215 Introduction to Emergency Management (7-week | 3 Credits)
- JUS3302 Homeland Security (15-week | 3 Credits)
- JUS4405 Transportation Security (15-week | 3 Credits)
- NTS3307 Threat and Risk Assessment (7-week | 3 Credits)
- NTS4401 Emergency Planning (7-week | 3 Credits)
IMPORTANT NOTICE: Students in the Continuing Education programs and courses are not eligible for Berkeley College grants, scholarships, financial aid, VA benefits, or career assistance.