PSM 333 Leadership and Crisis Management

Started on January 1, 1970

3 hours
This course examines the theories and practices of strategic and operational planning for crisis and emergency management. Students will learn and practice decision making during crisis events and situations. They will be able to differentiate between decision making in a crisis environment and a normal work environment. Emphasis will be placed on the emergent leadership model versus the designated leadership model. Students will explore ways to coordinate public safety response with private security entities as well as governmental agencies.
Prerequisites: PSM 325, PSM 309, PSM 310, PSM 311, PSM 307, PSM 323