The Emergency Medical Services Education programs prepare students to function as practitioners in the pre-hospital emergency medical environment. These curricula meet the requirements of local, state, and national accrediting agencies. Students who complete these programs successfully are eligible to take the National Registry Examinations. Certified EMTs find employment in pre-hospital healthcare, fire departments, emergency dispatch, security and safety settings.
Emergency Medical Services Education is a limited admissions program. All applicants must consult with the EMSE faculty prior to enrolling in Emergency Medical Services Education (EMSE) courses. To enroll in the EMT Career and Technical Certificate Program, (CTC), students must have completed all developmental reading requirements. Students must have the permission of the EMSE faculty to begin the program.
Advanced Emergency Medical Technician (AEMT) is a mid-level provider of prehospital emergency medical services.
Before entering the Advanced Emergency Medical Technician program, students must complete BIOL 1010 Intro Anatomy and Physiology and BIOL 1020 Intro Anatomy & Physiology Lab with a grade of “C” or better.
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|EMSE 1120||Adv Emerg Med Tech Capstone||1|