•  Emergency Medical Services Degree


    The Emergency Medical Services Degree program offers to qualified students a two year Associate of Applied Science Degree. Special admissions required. Before acceptance in the paramedic track, the student must have completed EMT-Basic and Advanced EMT and achieved certification from the National Registry in both. Student must be 18 years of age, have earned a high school diploma/GED, and have a current driver’s license.

    General Education Basic Curriculum: 17 hours

    CS 205 . Microcomputer Applications (3)
    EH 101 . Written English I (3)
    EH 200 . Technical Communications (3)
    MH 114 . Pre-Calculus Trigonometry (3)
    SH 100 . Principles of Public Speaking (3)
    UWA 101 . Freshman Seminar (2)

    Emergency Medical Services: 48 hours

    Students are required to take 48 semester hours as follows:

    EMS 189 . Applied Anatomy and Physiology for the Paramedic (3)
    EMS 240 . Paramedic Operations (3)
    EMS 241 . Paramedic Cardiology (3)
    EMS 242 . Paramedic Patient Assessment (3)
    EMS 243 . Paramedic Pharmacology (3)
    EMS 244 . Paramedic Clinical I (3)
    EMS 245 . Paramedic Medical Emergencies (3)
    EMS 246 . Paramedic Trauma Management (3)
    EMS 247 . Paramedic Special Population (3)
    EMS 248 . Paramedic Clinical II (3)
    EMS 253 . Paramedic Transition to the Workforce (3)
    EMS 255 . Paramedic Field Preceptorship (3)
    EMS 256 . Paramedic Team Leader (3)
    EMS 257 . Advanced Competencies for the Paramedic (3)
    HS 240 . Emergency and Disaster Management (3)
    HS 250 . Current Topics in Homeland Security (3)