That is a GREAT question and I would think that either degree could be helpful. MBAs are pretty common so the MSOM might set you apart and like you said may be more useful for emergency management.
I would take a close look at the curriculum and see which topic interests you more and which classes would be more useful. In my MBA program right now I really am learning a lot of stuff that is very helpful for my career. I've already had the chance to utilize what I've learned, even though I'm only five weeks into it.
Rebel, I totally forgot what your undergrad will be. (So sorry!!) Are you doing business? That would play a factor in my decision too... with an undergrad in business, you would be able to show that you have the business savvy needed for corporate work, if that's what you ever wanted to do. If you're not going to be in the biz world, it may not matter.
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