Council for the Accreditation of Emergency Management and Homeland Security Education
The Council for the Accreditation of Emergency Management and Homeland Security Education consists of individuals and institutions professionally engaged or interested in the promotion of post-secondary education in the academic disciplines of emergency management and homeland security by offering opportunities for collaboration and accreditation.
CAEMHSE No-Cost Assessment & Accreditation:
How it will work. 06FEB23
Basic requirements for obtaining a CAEMHSE Accreditation:
a. The program must have at least two years of degreed graduates
b. Minimum program credit hours (CH):
i. Associate’s = 12 – 15 CH
ii. Bachelor’s = 24 – 30 CH
iii. Master’s = 12 CH, and appropriate focus areas (including leadership)
c. Interested programs should become CAEMHSE members – institution membership (nonaccredited program) is $100 – either in advance or at the time of application.
(Please let the CAEMHSE President know if you require an invoice.)