DSC 4218 Emergency Planning II

This course examines planning and policy processes and interventions that can reduce disaster vulnerabilities and increase resilience at every stage of the disaster management cycle. Consideration is given to how demographic changes, human settlement patterns, land-use decisions, and political and social policy dynamics have increased vulnerability to natural and man-made disasters and the need for emergency plans.
3 credits

Prerequisites

DSC 3079, DSC 3215, FES 3803