AUT’s disaster disk management and development programmes equip students with complex emergency and disaster risk management skills to make a difference now and in the future.
Our programmes cover a range of topics, including disaster risk reduction, environmental change, humanitarian action, emergency and disaster management, public health, resilience building and sustainable development.
Our academic staff are recognised nationally, regionally and globally. Dr Loïc Le Dé has worked in the Pacific region on community-based disaster risk reduction, disaster response and sustainable development for a decade, and Dr Ailsa Holloway has more than 25 years’ experience in the disaster risk and emergencies field in Asia, Africa and the Middle-East.
You can currently study a disaster risk management and development course as part of the Bachelor of Health Science:
This is a core course in the Bachelor of Health Science in Health Management.
AUT offers a range of postgraduate degrees in disaster risk management and development: