Communications managers are on the front lines of crisis administration. They must maintain a calm demeanor during 911 calls while simultaneously sharing vital information with first responders and emergency care professionals. People interested in a career in communications management must grasp the physical and psychological aspects of a crisis situation.
At the Monroe College School of Criminal Justice, our experienced faculty of active and retired emergency communications managers prepares students for career achievement. They offer in-class instruction on building strong internal and external crisis management teams, improving critical thinking skills and developing leadership capabilities. Students also learn by doing on field trips to emergency communications departments.
Graduates of the Associate’s Degree Program in Emergency Management can pursue a career as a communications manager or choose to seek a Bachelor’s Degree from the School of Criminal Justice.
If you are interested in a communications manager career, we invite you to learn how Monroe College can help you reach your career goal.