Emergency Medical Care, Bachelor of Science with a Concentration in Paramedical Clinic/FSE (B.S.)
Students who have been admitted to the University and College of Justice, Safety & Military Science and declare a major in Emergency Medical Care are admitted to the Emergency Medical Care Program. Admission to the Emergency Medical Care Program does not guarantee admission to the Advanced Emergency Medical (paramedic) sequence.
Emergency Medical Care students are accepted each semester. Students are selected for admission into the Advanced Emergency Medical Care Program once a year. Selection is made based on the admission matrix. Criteria include GPA, entrance exam scores, pre-requisite course grades and completion. Information meetings or communication will be held. Please refer to the EMC webpage for additional information.
- Students must have a minimum grade of “C” in all advanced sequence, EMC pre-requisite courses.
- Students must maintain a minimum GPA of 2.0 on a 4.0 scale.
- Students must purchase and maintain student liability insurance prior to enrollment in
Course List Code Title Hours EMC 110 Emergency Medical Technician 3 EMC 115 Basic Clinical/Field Experience 2 EMC 342 Advanced Clinical I 3 EMC 352 Advanced Clinical II 3 EMC 360 Advanced Field Internship 2 EMC 362 Advanced Field Internship II 4
- All transfer credit evaluation and program approval must be completed prior to the application deadline.
CIP Code: 51.0904
Summary Checklist for General Education
|A: Written Communication||3|
|B: Written Communication||3|
|C: Oral Communication||3|
|A: Historical Science||3|
|B: Social Behavioral Science||3|
|Diversity of Perspectives Experiences||6|
Students are expected to complete Elements 1 and 2 within their first 60 hours of college credit.
|University Graduation Requirements|
|Student Success Seminar|
|JSO 100||Student Success Seminar (waived for transfers with 30+ hrs.)||1|
|Upper division courses (42 hrs. distributed throughout Major/ Supporting/Gen Ed/Free Electives categories)|
|EMC 300||Emergency Operations, and Behavioral Crisis||3|
|EMC 303||Introduction to Cardiology||3|
|EMC 305||Prehospital Management of OB/GYN/Pediatric Emergency||3|
|EMC 310||Advanced Cardiology||3|
|EMC 320||Adv Life Support: Trauma||3|
|EMC 335||Medical Emergencies I||3|
|EMC 340||Advanced Life Support: Medical Emergencies||3|
|EMC 342||Advanced Clinical I||3|
|Advanced Clinical II|
and Advanced Clinical II Lab
|EMC 360||Advanced Field Internship||2|
|EMC 362||Advanced Field Internship II||4|
|EMC 400||Emergency Care Systems Management||3|
|EMC 489||Introduction to Research Methods||3|
|Students must select one of the following Concentrations:|
Emergency Services Administration
|Choose from 25 hours of free electives||25|
|BIO 307||Human Anatomy and Physiology I||3|
|BIO 308||Human Anatomy and Physiology II||3|
|Introductory Chemistry (Element 4) G|
|Introductory Chemistry II|
and Introductory Chemistry Lab II
|FSE 320||Principles of Emergency Services||3|
|FSE 225||Legal Aspects of Fire Protection||3|
|or OSH 261||Principles of Occupational Safety and Health|
|Introduction to Psychology (Element 5B) G|
|PSY 308||Abnormal Psychology||3|
Course also satisfies a General Education element. Hours are included within the 36 hr. General Education requirement above. A maximum of 3 cr. hr. will count toward Element 4.