•        EMT

    Learn immediate medical care techniques for the critically ill/injured person, including Airway Management, CPR, AED Auto Rescue/Extrication, and Emergency Childbirth. Certification in Medical First Responder or Emergency Medical Technician is available for students who successfully complete the program and pass the state exams. Students in this program must desire to be on a trained medical team that uses state-of-the-art communications, the latest life-saving pre-hospital care equipment and staff ambulances that are like mobile emergency rooms.  The ability to maintain composure under the stress of a life-threatening emergency and quick responses are skills that will help a student to be successful in this program. For articulation information, please click here.
    For information about high school credit options, please visit our academic credit guide.
    "I stayed in this program in order to further my knowledge in EMS, get my EMS license, and because it is a great classroom environment." - Student
  • Program Content

    • Over 400 hours of EMT course study
    • 24 hours of hospital clinical rotations
    • 36 hours of ambulance rotations
    • CPR Certification
    • National Registry Certification
    • State Licensure
  • Related Career Fields

    • Firefighter
    • Paramedic
    • Law Enforcement
    • Emergency Management
    • Emergency Dispatcher
    • Physician's Assistant
    • Emergency Room Technician
  • Certifications

    • CPR
    • Emergency Medical Responder
    • Emergency Medical Technician