Emergency Medical Services - Paramedic (EMS.PAR.CT)


Human Services

Auburn Hills Campus

This program is designed for individuals who desire employment on paramedic ambulances, fire department ALS units, or hospital emergency rooms requiring paramedic skills. Students must be accepted into the Paramedic Program and successfully complete all required coursework. Those students who successfully complete the program are eligible to take the National Registry Paramedic certification exam and then apply for a Michigan Paramedic License.

Emergency Medical Services - Paramedic program webpage

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Required Courses
EMS 1010EMT I5
EMS 1100Basic EMT Clinical1
EMS 12001Rescue and Extrication 1
EMS 2001Basic Skills Competencies for Paramedic1
EMS 2005Paramedic I Clinical3
EMS 2010EMS Communications2
EMS 2020Paramedic I Lecture4
EMS 2025Paramedic I Lab1
EMS 2100Paramedic II Clinical4
EMS 2220Paramedic II Lecture4
EMS 2225Paramedic II Lab1
EMS 2320Paramedic III Lecture4
EMS 2325Paramedic III Lab1
EMS 2450Paramedic Internship2
EMS 2600National Registry Paramedic Exam Prep2
Required Supportive Courses5-8
Human Anatomy and Physiology for the Emergency Medical Services Program5
Human Anatomy and Physiology I
and Human Anatomy and Physiology II
BIO 2660Pathophysiology3
Total Credit Hours49-52

Or state extrication certificate

A minimum cumulative 2.00 grade point average (GPA) overall is required for graduation. 

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