Public Safety Management

School of Public and Environmental Affairs

You will learn about the administration of emergency services, the principles of public safety, and the art of decision making in classes that focus on public safety, criminal justice, financial management, terrorism and public policy, public management, emergency services administration, solid and hazardous waste management, research methods, and GIS techniques.

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One of the most difficult tasks of being a college student is figuring out what classes to take and when to take them. In order to make the process a little easier, each major at IUPUI has its own degree map outlining the path you should take to graduate as quickly as possible.

Degree Map LinkIUPUI Admission Semester
Public Safety ManagementAdmitted for fall 2015 and beyond
Public Safety ManagementAdmitted for fall 2014–summer 2015

SPEA Undergraduate Course Rotations

Course Rotations (This document is for reference purposes only and should be used in conjunction with regular academic advising. Course offerings are not guaranteed and are subject to change.)

Major-Career Connections

Public Safety Management

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Admission Requirements

  • Complete 12 IUPUI credit hours
  • Be in good academic standing, which requires the following:
    • Cumulative GPA of 2.0 or above
    • Prior term GPA of 2.0 or above
    • Note: If students have completed 12 credit hours toward the SPEA major (SPEA prefix classes), they also need a C+ average in those courses (e.g., SPEA-J and SPEA-V courses).
  • Declare a SPEA major

Enterprise, Policy, and Planning Cluster

This major is part of the Enterprise, Policy, and Planning (EPP) cluster. The EPP cluster is the academic home of University College students pursuing or interested in business; philanthropic studies; public and environmental affairs; sports management; and tourism, conventions, and event management.

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