Bachelor of Technology (Emergency Management) in Cape Breton University

Last Updated on April 19, 2021 by West Highlander

Cape Breton University

Campus: Nova Scotia

Duration:  4 Years

Intake: September

*Fee: CAD$8,476.00 (4, 36,419) per year

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Description:

The job of the Emergency Management Professionals is to provide safety to the people from any natural disaster, technological glitch or human-error caused accidents. In this students are made competent and knowledgeable to handle emergency cases and learn to plan immediately to provider safer and sustainable environment. Also it being an interdisciplinary program the students are also concerned with the interaction of this with the other related disciplines like Business, Politics, Communication and Public Health.

This is made up 90 Credits:

  1. Emergency Management

42 Credits from 14 Courses

  1. Business

21 Credits from 7 Courses

  1. Communication

12 Credits from 4 Courses

  1. Political Science

3 Credits from 1 Course

  1. General Electives

12 Credits from 4 Courses

Career Outcomes:

  • Industry Consultant
  • Risk Manager
  • Business Continuity Manager
  • Risk Calculator
  • Health Emergency Manager
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    Eligibility Requirement:

    Academics

    The student need to have Diploma/Degree to be eligible for Bachelor of Technology (Emergency Management) in Cape Breton University based in Nova Scotia, Canada.

    English Proficiency Score

    1. IELTS: Overall Band Score 6.5 not less than 6.0
    2. TOEFL:

    Paper-Based Test: 550

    Computer-Based Test: 213

    Internet-Based Test: 80
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