The Associate in Science in Emergency Medical Services includes coursework from the Emergency Medical Technician program, and CF’s Paramedic Program as well as the general education courses below. This degree is now required for many advanced positions in the Emergency Medical Services field including educators and administrators. Graduates have found work as EMS instructors, fire department captains, fire chiefs, and agency directors.
General education course work can be completed before or after the EMT and Paramedic training. All of our courses earn college credit that can be applied toward a degree or transferred to another accredited college.
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$112.92 per credit hour*