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ASEMĀ 617. Crisis Leadership and Safety-Critical Design. 3 Hours.

Unique technical and leadership skills are required to avert or manage a crisis. This course teaches students those skills in an experiential learning environment. Case studies of real-world industrial and environmental disasters provide the framework for exploring critical human-machine interfaces; crisis communication; coping with people in recovery and developing and implementing a business continuity response. Students will engage in discussion board posts and develop a Business Impact Analysis report for their work environment or business unit. Guest lecturers from diverse backgrounds will discuss their experiences in managing crisis events. Live participation in a weekly 1.5 hour online forum is required. Live Classes in ASEM-617 are held three times per semester on Sunday from 3:00-4:30 pm CDT. Students are expected to attend four Live Classes in ASEM-601 as well.
Prerequisites: ASEM 610 [Min Grade: B]

Business Administration

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