The Honours BDEM program described above may be pursued jointly with approved Honours Double Major degree programs in the Faculties of Environmental Studies, Health, Liberal Arts and Professional Studies, or Science, the School of the Arts, Media, Performance and Design, or the Lassonde School of Engineering. For further details on requirements, refer to the listings for specific Honours programs that may be pursued jointly with other Faculties. Students wishing to combine a major in disaster and emergency management with a minor in another discipline or field of study must follow the requirements below. (This Honours option does not include a stream.)
- In a major/minor program, a course may count only once toward major credit or minor credit.
- Students are required to have completed one 4U mathematics (MDM4U Mathematics of Data Management or MHF4U Advanced Functions) or equivalent prior to entry to the program.
Major credits: 48 credits including:
- AP/ADMS 1000 3.00 Introduction to Business;
- AP/DEMS 2700 3.00 Fundamentals of Emergency Management;
- AP/ADMS 2320 3.00 Quantitative Methods I;
- AP/ADMS 2400 3.00 Introduction to Organizational Behaviour;
- AP/DEMS 3701 3.00 Disaster Risk Management;
- AP/DEMS 3702 3.00 Comprehensive Emergency Management;
- AP/DEMS 3703 3.00 Business Continuity Planning;
- AP/DEMS 3704 3.00 Emergency Management Communications;
- AP/DEMS 3707 3.00 Ethics and Disasters;
- AP/ADMS 4421 3.00 Qualitative Methods;
- LE/ESSE 1410 6.00 Natural, Technological and Human-induced Disasters.
Three additional credits from the following:
- AP/DEMS 3705 3.00 Emergency Management: Field Experience;
- AP/DEMS 3706 3.00 Disasters and Humans;
- AP/DEMS 3708 3.00 Social Issues in Disaster Management;
- AP/GEOG 3340 3.00 Geoinformatics: GIS I (cross-listed to: SC/GEOG 3340 3.00);
- AP/HRM 3440 3.00 Leadership and Management Skills (cross-listed to: AP/ADMS 3440 3.00);
- AP/POLS 3195 3.00 Multilevel Governance, Policy and Program Delivery in Canada (cross-listed to: AP/HREQ 3140 3.00, AP/PPAS 3140 3.00);
- ES/ENVS 3450 3.00 Environment and Health: Social and Political Dimensions;
- LE/ESSE 3300 3.00 Geographical Information Systems (GIS) and Spatial Analysis.
Nine additional credits from the following:
- AP/DEMS 4704 3.00 Disasters and Logistics;
- AP/DEMS 4705 3.00 Comprehensive Emergency Management 2;
- AP/DEMS 4707 3.00 CI Risk;
- AP/DEMS 4708 3.00 Disaster/Emergency Management Seminar;
- AP/DEMS 4709 3.00 Terrorism: The New Threat;
- ES/ENVS 4440 3.00 Environmental Disasters;
- LE/ESSE 4400 3.00 Geographical Information Systems (GIS) and Data Integration.
Note: at least 12 credits in the major must be at the 4000 level.
Upper-level credits: at least 36 credits at the 3000 or 4000 level, including at least 18 credits at the 4000 level.