The EMT/Paramedic program curriculum is designed to meet the educational and training needs of those individuals who strive to meet the goal of obtaining national certification at the EMT and Paramedic levels. New career opportunities exist for the North Central Arkansas EMT and Paramedic. These include augmenting the current hospital shortage as emergency department technicians, as well as opportunities with ambulance services, police and fire departments, medical centers, and industry.
EMT is offered twice a year beginning in August and January. The Paramedic portion only begins in August. This program is offered at the Searcy campus.
Additional Admission Requirements for EMT/Paramedics Program
- Proof of two MMR inoculations
- Proof of Arkansas EMT license/certification in EMT-A or EMT-I (Paramedics program only)
- Proof of Healthcare Provider CPR
The fourth digit in the course number indicates the number of credit hours.
Requirements - 40 hours
|EMS||2007||Introduction to Paramedicine||Emergency Medical Technician|
|EMS||2107||Paramedicine I||Emergency Medical Technician|
|EMS||2207||Paramedicine II||Emergency Medical Technician|
|EMS||2307||Paramedicine III||Emergency Medical Technician|
|EMS||2407||Paramedicine IV||Emergency Medical Technician|
|EMS||2505||Paramedicine V||Emergency Medical Technician|
|These courses are offered on the Searcy Campus only.|