Dec 06, 2022
Offered by Emergency Health Services .
The curriculum leading to an Emergency Health Services, B.S. combines courses in the arts and humanities, social sciences, mathematics, sciences and emergency health services.
- Minimum 81 credits. Students complete the Paramedic Concentration in 129-132 total credits.
- Minimum grade of 'C' in courses applied to the major
- Completion of one of the following concentrations: Management, Paramedic
EMT Certification (6 credits)
Students without a current, acceptable EMT certfication complete the following:
Emergency Health Services (24-25 credits)
Complete the following:
Mathematics Courses (4 credits)
Complete one course from the following:
Emergency Health Services Concentration (47-78 credits)
Complete one of the following concentrations:
Social Sciences and Political Science
Complete the following 22 credits:
Complete the following 3 credits:
Upper-Level Social Sciences and English
Complete the following 9 credits:
Emergency Health Services Management
Complete the following 6 credits:
Complete 7 to 15 credits of internship:
The Paramedic Concentration consists of the core requirements of the Emergency Health Services, B.S. and a minimum of 76 credits in the concentration. Students pursuing the Paramedic Concentration must be EMT certified and provide documentation of a minimum of 100 patient contacts by the fall of junior year.
Complete 20-22 credits of science courses.
Introductory Biology Course
Complete 3 or 4 credits from the following:
Anatomy and Physiology
Complete the following 8 credits:
Complete 9 or 10 credits from one of the following chemistry sequences:
Social Science Courses
Complete the following 7 credits:
Paramedic Core Courses
Complete the following 46 credits:
Complete 3 credits from the following: