Disaster and Healthcare Mission Management

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The disaster and healthcare mission management program is a non-nursing major that prepares professionals to be leaders in the field of disaster preparation and response and healthcare missions.

Career Opportunities

  • Project Manager, Disaster Management Services
  • Humanitarian Assistance Specialist
  • Logistics Manager
  • International Relief Manager
  • Emergency Management Specialist
  • Mission Team Leader
  • Positions with:
    Red Cross
    Samaritan's Purse
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What to Expect

Academic Support

  • Faculty engagement with open door policy
  • DHMM support services
  • Lee University Center for Student Success

Student Engagement Organization

  • DHMM Disaster Response Club
  • Community Emergency Response Team (Campus CERT)


  • Simulation Central with high fidelity mannikins
  • Active learning classrooms including 140-seat lecture hall
  • Learning Resource Center computer lab
  • Student lounge area
  • Prayer room

Experiential Learning

  • Clinical partnerships with a variety of local organization
  • Hands-on skills competencies
  • State of the art simulation experiences
  • Extended in-the field experiences
  • Internship opportunities
  • Multi-disciplinary Mass Casualty simulation

Travel/Global Trips

  • Lee University Global Perspectives program (Global Perspectives Home)
  • FEMA Center for Domestic Preparedness training in senior year

Research & Innovation

  • Emphasis on evidence-based practice
  • Research & Innovation Expo
  • Student poster presentations
  • Faculty scholarship
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