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PCC’s Advanced Paramedic Practitioner Bachelor of Applied Science is designed for certified paramedics who have completed an Associate Degree in Emergency Medical Services or Paramedicine from an accredited college and wish to continue their education and obtain a Bachelor of Applied Science degree.
This program provides a student centered on-line learning environment meant to enhance career opportunities. Students will engage in self-directed learning activities and gain specialized knowledge in critical care, community and behavioral paramedicine.
The Advanced Paramedic Practitioner degree opportunities may include working as a critical care paramedic, a community paramedic and in behavioral health in a variety of settings including mental health facilities, drug rehab, hospitals, clinics and in community paramedic programs.
The Advanced Paramedic Practitioner BAS program admission requirements and application are posted on Pueblo Community College EMS BAS webpage.
Total Program Credits – 120
Students will receive 65 credits from AAS degree and earn 55 BAS credits. All program students must have a minimum of 30 PCC institutional credits.
Students may apply to start the program any semester.