EMSP Degree

The Associate of Applied Sciences degree in Emergency Medical Service is designed for students seeking a broad program study in EMS. EMS personnel are finding an increasing number of applications for the training and experience they possess, but moving into these areas require an expanded and comprehensive education beyond the basic training of EMS certificate programs. The purpose of this degree is to provide the expanded education necessary for the future licensed paramedic.

The EMS associate’s degree plan provides students with a comprehensive educational package. The primary emphasis of this degree program is the development of professional attitudes, reasoning/analytical capabilities, and patient care skills.

The future of EMS as an in-demand health care profession is bright. Graduates may find employment as Pre-hospital EMT’S, Paramedics, Emergency Department Technicians, EMS Educators, and EMS Managers. Additional opportunities for graduates are developing in health and safety engineering, and public health.

 

Prerequisite

Course Number
Title
Credits
Sub-Total Credits
4

Fourth Semester

Course Number
Title
Credits
Elective X3XX — Government or History  +
3
Elective X3XX — Language, Philosophy and Culture, or Creative Arts  +
3
SPCH 13XX Speech  +
3
Sub-Total Credits
15
Total credits:
60

Overview

Program

Type

A.A.S.