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|Concentration Area Requirement|
|General Education Requirement|
|Freshman (First) Semester - (EMT Basic)|
|EMS-219||EMT - Basic I & Lab||3|
|EMS-226||EMT - Basic II & Lab||3|
|BIO-168||Human Anatomy & Physiology I||4|
|Total Credits - Freshman (First) Semester||13|
- Emphasizes development of EMT-Basic student skills in patient assessment and examination.
- Recognition of basic signs & symptoms of illness or injury.
- Proper procedures when rendering basic emergency medical care including patient assisted medications, automated external defib, maintenance of non-medicated IVs, and the use of an advanced multi lumen airway device.
- Will also cover basic topics including: human anatomy & physiology; bleeding & shock; bandaging & splinting; med/behavioral emergencies; OB/GYN; environmental emergencies and ambulance operations.
|Freshman (Second) Semester (National Register Paramedic)|
|EMS-612||Paramedic Specialist - Prep & Lab||6|
|EMS-619||Airway & Patient Assessment||4|
|BIO-173||Human Anatomy & Physiology II||4|
|Total Credits - Freshman (Second) Semester||14|
|Freshman (Third) Semester (National Register Paramedic)|
|EMS-628||Paramedic Specialist - Medical I & Lab||6|
|EMS-629||Paramedic Specialist - Medical II & Lab||6|
|Total Credits - Freshman (Third) Semester||12|
|Sophomore (Fourth) Semester (National Register Paramedic)|
|EMS-614||Paramedic Specialist - Trauma & Lab||4|
|EMS-615||Paramedic Specialist - Clinical||3|
|EMS-616||Paramedic Specialist - Field||3|
|EMS-624||Paramedic Specialist - Special Consideration & Lab||4|
|Total Credits - Sophomore (Fourth) Semester||14|
|Sophomore (Fifth) Semester (National Register Paramedic)|
|EMS-625||Paramedic Specialist - Assessment Based Mgmt Operations & Lab||4|
|MAT-110||Math for Liberal Arts||3|
|SPC-101||Fundamentals of Oral Communication||3|
|Total Credits - Sophomore (Fifth) Semester||13|
|Sophomore (Sixth) Semester (National Register Paramedic)|
|EMS-626||Paramedic Specialist - Clinical II||4|
|EMS-627||Paramedic Specialist - Field II||4|
|Total Credits - Sophomore (Sixth) Semester||11|
National Register Paramedic
- Understand the role and responsibilities of a Paramedic within an EMS system, apply basic concepts of development, pathophysiology and pharmacology to assessment and management of emergency patients.
- Establish and/or maintain a patent airway, while practicing adequate oxygenation & ventilation.
- Integrate pathophysiological principals with assessment findings to formulate a field impression and implement a treatment plan for the trauma patient.
- Integrate pathophysiological principles and assessment to formulate a field impression and implement a treatment plan for the medical patient.
- Demonstrates effective communication skills, along with legible, well-organized, and comprehensible writing skills.
- Completes internship to integrate pathophysiological principals and assessment findings to formulate a field impression and implement a treatment plan for neonatal, pediatric, geriatric diverse and chronically ill patients.
- Displays accountable and responsible professional behavior.
- Works in cooperation with many other health team members.
- Safely manage the scene of an emergency.