Master of Emergency Management

Charles Sturt University in conjunction with Ambulance Service Institute (HK Branch) develops the Master of Emergency Management degree program for members of Ambulance Service Institute (Hong Kong Branch).

Award Master of Emergency Management by the Charles Sturt University, Australia

Program Structure and Contents

The program consists of two stages undertaken over two years of part-time study: A total of 4 modules are studied over four semesters (2 years):

EMG 505 Readings in Emergency Management
EMG 506 Independent Study in Emergency Management
EMG 507 Readings in Risk Management
EMG 508 Independent Study in Risk Management

Entry Requirements:

Applicants who wish to be considered for admission to the course will have to satisfy the following criteria, which will be considered to the equivalent of a four-year degree:

  • A first degree with at least 5 years experience in an industry related to the field study; or
  • Senior Ambulance Officer and the above ranks without undergraduate degree should possesses 10 years experience in an industry related to the field of study.


Master Emergency Management Degree Graduation required 64 points of study (4 core subjects, no electives). Students must satisfactorily complete four approved major projects, under the guidance of a suitably qualified and experienced mentor.

EMG 505 Reading in Emergency Management
16 points
EMG 506 Independent Study in Emergency Management
16 points
EMG 507 Reading in Risk Management
16 points
EMG 508 Independent Study in risk Management
16 points

Teaching Mode:

This is a distance-learning program. The regular modules are taught online. Tutorial support is available through Charles Sturt University’s Website.

Medium of Instruction:


A corner of the Waga Waga Campus of Charles Sturt University.
Intake 1 graduates attending their graduation ceremony in HK on 3.11.2002
Intake 2 graduates attending their graduation ceremony in HK on 14.11.2004

For further information, please contact:

Hong Kong
Charles Sturt University (Australia)
Mr. YUEN Yiu-leung Mr. John Lunn
Assistant Course Coordinator Course and Project Coordinator
Ambulance Service Institute HK Faculty of Health Science
Ph: (02) 6338 4603
Fax: (02) 6338 4993
E-mail: E-mail:
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