Rural Public Safety Administration

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Student Learning Outcomes

UMFK Emergency Management/Homeland Security graduates will be able to:

  1. analyze, synthesize and generate knowledge in their chosen field of study (analysis)
  2. analyze a fact situation and determine options and solutions (analysis)
  3. reason critically and make informed decisions (analysis)
  4. conduct independent research (synthesis)
  5. absorb new bodies of knowledge and understand the relationship and impact of the new body of knowledge on existing knowledge (synthesis)
  6. be effective communicators using multiple mediums (oral, written, electronic) individually and collectively (articulation)
  7. make things happen (actualization)
  8. set realistic goals and achieve those goals (actualization)
  9. move ideas and concepts from the theoretical to a viable application in emergency management (actualization)
  10. develop Emergency Management/Homeland Security abilities in the following areas:
    • Financial
    • Ethical
    • Public Safety
    • Policy
    • Leadership
    • Management

Course specific outcomes are listed in their respective syllabi.