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Survive, Escape And Preserve The Future Of Civilization.

"We all hope we would be the person who would not leave anyone behind, but we really don’t know.

In times of catastrophes some people find their humanity, while others lose theirs."

- Glenn Stutzky -



SW290: Surviving the Coming Zombie Apocalypse – Disasters, Catastrophes, and Human Behavior


This award winning, fully online course  brings together the latest thinking on how and why humans behave during disasters and catastrophes.

Why do some survive and others don’t? What are the implications for planning, preparedness, and disaster management?

Students in survival groups will face multiple challenges and tasks as they attempt to survive the catastrophic event, escape death, and preserve the future of civilization. For the ability to survive ultimately rests not with the individual but the group.

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MSU Students

Michigan State University current undergraduate students of all majors are invited to enroll. No prerequisites.


SW290: Selected Topics in Social Work

(Surviving the Coming Zombie Apocalypse – Disasters, Catastrophes, and Human Behavior)


Section: 730

Summer 2014

Course Dates: 5/12/2015 - 6/26/2014

Credits: 3

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All Others

Michigan State University’s Summer Study welcomes not only MSU students but also guest students from other colleges and universities as well as members of the general public.


SW290: Selected Topics in Social Work

(Surviving the Coming Zombie Apocalypse – Disasters, Catastrophes, and Human Behavior)


Section: 730

Summer 2014

Course Dates: 5/12/2015 - 6/26/2014

Enroll Here!

Team

Meet The Team!

Glenn R. Stutzky

Course Instructor
Glenn, as a social worker, has long been interested in how humans behave and why. He has worked extensively with educators, law enforcement, and community members on these issues for nearly 20 years.

Keesa V. Muhammad

Instructional Designer
Keesa Muhammad has dedicated her life to the arts and new paradigms of learning. She holds a b.a in telecommunications -with an emphasis in fine arts and digital media management

Christopher Irvin

Instructional Designer
I'm a creative thinker and visual artist whose work blurs the lines between science, technology, and the visual arts. Creativity transcends all boundaries; thus, learning how to nurture and wield one’s creativity is imperative to approaching life in an extraordinary way.

Jason Luna

Course Assistant
Jason is passionate about "out of the box" teaching techniques and how they can be used to relay ideas and theories to students. He holds a Bachelor of Social Work degree from Central Michigan University, and is studying clinical Social Work as a graduate student at Michigan State, with plans to continue on to earn a Ph.D.

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Michigan State University

School of Social Work

Attn: Glenn Stutzky

655 Auditorium Rd

East Lansing, MI 48824

United States

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