In the most critical times of crisis, natural disaster, and emergency, communities rely on smart leaders to manage through safety, support and essential planning. As a Master in Emergency Service Administration, you'll achieve the skills necessary to protect and serve.
Career Outcomes Positions range from Disaster Recovery Manager, Emergency Service Program Management, Emergency Management Program Specialist. Alumni Outcomes Students in our program work from the D.C government, private and public companies, and are members of the military and veterans.
Average Salary Emergency management workers see a median annual salary of $70,500, and a bachelor’s degree is usually required for entry-level positions (BLS.gov) Degree Completion Time Students are able to complete the MS-ESA in as little as 2 years.
Earn your degree in as little as 2 years.
Fulfil your passion to work in the emergency service industry
Learn from faculty with professional experience in the Emergency Service field.
Flexible course schedules (evening and online courses available).