Paramedic Training Certificate
This program provides advanced life support skills to assess and treat the sick and injured. It will allow graduates to qualify to write the state licensing examination for paramedic and possess advanced life support skills to assess and treat the sick and injured.
Admission requirements are:
- 18 years of age by September of year entering program.
- Evidence of high school diploma or equivalent.
- Evidence of valid, current Michigan driver’s license.
- Evidence of valid, current Michigan EMT-basic certification or National Registry EMT certification.
- Evidence of current CPR or CPR instructor certification.
- Evidence of completion of ENGL 110 First-Year Composition I, three credits.
Program Learning Outcomes
- Formal Communication (FC): Graduates of the Criminal Justice and Emergency Responders Programs will be able to communicate effectively at a professional level, both orally and in writing.
- Use of Evidence (UE): Graduates of the Criminal Justice and Emergency Responders Programs will complete a Senior research project that demonstrates professional level inquiry, analysis, and presentation of a relevant issue in the field of criminal justice.
- Analysis and Synthesis (AS): Graduates of the Criminal Justice and Emergency Responders programs will demonstrate professional level critical thinking and problem solving skills.
- Professional Responsibility (PR): Graduates of the Criminal Justice and Emergency Responders programs will demonstrate professional responsibility in teamwork, civic engagement, intercultural knowledge and competence, ethical reasoning, and practical applications of those responsibilities while interning in a professional setting, student projects, and group work.
|EMED 211||Emergency Pharmacology I||2|
|EMED 212||Emergency Pharmacology II||2|
|EMED 251||Advanced Emergency Care I||4|
|EMED 252||Advanced Emergency Care II||4|
|EMED 261||Emergency Cardiology I||2|
|EMED 262||Emergency Cardiology II||2|
|EMED 271||Care of Special Populations||2|
|EMED 284||Advanced Skills/Situations I||3|
|EMED 285||Advanced Skills/Situations II||3|
|EMED 286||Paramedic Operations||2|
|EMED 297||Paramedic Clinical I||2|
|EMED 298||Paramedic Clinical II||2|
|EMED 301||Natl Registry Certificatn Prep||2|
|EMED 302||Paramedic Field Internship||4|
|BIOL 121||Human Anatomy & Physiology I||4|
|BIOL 122||Human Anatomy & Physiology II||4|
A minimum of 44 credits (at the 100 level or higher) must be earned for graduation with a cumulative gpa of 2.00 or higher.