Homeland Security Emergency Preparedness and Response

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Standard Occupation Classification (SOC) Codes

SOC codes listed relate to traditional expected employment fields.The exclusion of other codes does not preclude someone from entering a different field if they are otherwise qualified.

SOC Codes  
29-2041 Emergency Medical Technicians and Paramedics
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    Employability and Career Decision-Making

    Completion of a certificate program, combined with previous experiences, s pecialized skills, and other factors may enable individuals to seek professional credentialing (where applicable), promotion to a new or different-level position, employment in a specific field, etc.Students are encouraged to work with program faculty, the SEAS Office of Career Services, and others to best understand how a certificate program may be utilized within the world of work and to develop a thoughtful career plan. Students should also understand all of the factors required to ensure success in a job search such as specialized experience, the state of the economy, organizational culture, etc.

    Visit the Bureau of Labor Statistics web site and the National Center of Education Statistics


    Graduate Certificate Academic Year Program Location Credit Hours Cost of Tuition per Credit hour Total Appx. Cost Tuition only
    Homeland Security Emergency Preparedness and Response 2010-2011 Foggy Bottom Campus Main Campus 18 Credit Hours $ 1,175.00


      2011-2012 Foggy Bottom Campus 18 Credit Hours $1,235.00



      2012-2013 Foggy Bottom Campus 18 Credit Hours $1,310.00




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      Median Amount of Indebtedness and Degree Completion Rate

      Due to the number of participants who completed this Graduate Certificate program, information regarding median loan debt levels and graduation rates are not required