This program prepares graduates for the state licensing exam. Paramedics work in a variety of positions from ambulance services to emergency departments and industrial sites. Students will become skilled in managing patients with general medical complaints, cardiac arrest and advanced trauma care. In addition to class time, the program requires approximately 600 hours clinical time. Clinical affiliates are located across West Michigan and require travel to the various hospitals and Advanced Life Support services. The paramedic program is taken as a full-time (3 semester) program beginning each fall semester. Prerequisites include both EMT 110 and EMT 115 (or their equivalent), and BIO 110. All credits in this program apply directly towards the emergency medical services AAS degree
Currently enrolled students should check their Degree Works audit for specific course and program information. Students should also consult with a counselor or advisor for program specific information.
*Please note this program requires a special application packet.
The sample class schedule does not include additional course work, prerequisites, and other important degree or certificate qualifications.
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