See list of Department Chairs on the Personnel page.
The EMS program prepares you for a career in the pre-hospital health care field as an emergency medical care provider at the EMT, EMT-Intermediate or Paramedic level. Career opportunities include providing patient care while working for an ambulance agency, fire service or hospital emergency room. Additional opportunities are in such areas as tactical EMS, critical care transport and ski patrol. If you graduate with an AAS degree you have additional opportunities in administration and management in the pre-hospital field.
To enroll in all EMS programs, you msut be at least 18 years of age, have all current immunizations, pass a background check and a drug screen and be able to meet the requirements of the Functional EMS Job Description.
Total Credits: 18
Prerequisite Courses for Program Admission Credits: 18
Student must have a current Health Care Professional CPR card, successful completions of CCR 092, qualfiying assessment scores