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Environmental Emergency Management & Law Enforcement

Bachelor of Science

Next start date is July 13. Applying is easy and free!

Provide front-line emergency response

Serve your community. Protect your environment. Be ready to act whenever, wherever disaster strikes.

Unity College’s online Bachelor of Science in Environmental Emergency Management and Law Enforcement offers the skills you need for careers in public service, environmental planning, emergency management, and law enforcement.

Disasters don’t wait—neither should you. Apply online today.


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Career Outlook

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9,900

Number of U.S. emergency management director jobs.

$74K

Median U.S. pay for emergency management directors in 2018. 

5% *

 Job growth through 2028 for emergency management directors in U.S.


Majoring in environmental emergency management and law enforcement

Start making a difference in your community without leaving your house. Pursue your B.S. in Environmental Emergency Management and Law Enforcement completely online.

As an online student, you will have access to the same resources on-campus students have, including:

  • Begin during one of eight start dates throughout the year.
  • Receive one-on-one academic and professional advising throughout your degree.
  • Choose a concentration in environmental GIS, sustainable business, or wildlife ecology to further your studies.
  • Build lasting professional relationships with your professors and cohort.
  • Job assistance. Get a job before you graduate. Our career services office will help you find a job in your field.
  • Reputable programs. Complete a degree from an accredited school. Unity is accredited by the New England Commission of Higher Education (NECHE).

Once you have completed your degree in environmental emergency management and law enforcement, you may easily transition into the Master of Science in Conservation Law Enforcement program to further your studies.

Get ahead of disasters. Apply online to begin.


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Degree requirements and courses

A minimum of 120 earned credit hours, 30 credits earned at Unity, and an overall cumulative GPA of 2.0. For complete degree requirements, view the Environmental Emergency Management and Law Enforcement Checksheet or the Unity College Distance Education Catalog.

As an environmental emergency management and law enforcement major, you’ll take classes across a spectrum of disciplines. You will learn about crisis communication, emergency planning, environmental compliance, and natural disasters, all of which will prepare you for success in your chosen career field.

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