Paramedic Certificate

60130 - 42 Credits

(Selective Admission)

The Paramedic Certificate program uses the 1998 National Standard Curriculum from the Department of Transportation, National Highway Safety Administration, to fulfill requirements to practice, under medical direction, the art and science of out-of-hospital medicine. The goal of the program is to provide the graduate with the knowledge, skill, and professional attributes associated with an entry-level Paramedic. Paramedic graduates will be trained to prevent and reduce mortality and morbidity due to illness and injury.

All core curriculum and natural science courses require a grade of “C” or higher.

Degree Requirements

Requirements List

EMS 2601CParamedic I (O)

11 credits

EMS 2664Paramedic Clinical/Field Experience I (O)

6 credits

EMS 2602CParamedic II (O)

11 credits

EMS 2665Paramedic Clinical/Field Experience II (O)

6 credits

EMS 2659Paramedic Field Internship (O)

4 credits

BSC 1084Survey of the Human Body (P)

4 credits

Or

BSC 2094Anatomy and Physiology II (P)

3 credits

And

BSC 2094LAnatomy and Physiology II Lab (P)

1 credit