Certificate of Procifiency, Basic Emergency Medical Technician
(7 Semester Credit Hours)
The Certificate of Proficiency in Basic Emergency Medical Technician is a course of study that prepares students to perform in pre-hospital care of acutely ill or injured patients.
EMTs perform such measures as cardiopulmonary resuscitation, extrication, initial patient assessment and triage, stabilization and transport of any emergency, including routine transport of non-emergency patient to allied health care facility. Students must pass the end of course assessment to be recommended for the National Registry of EMTs exam.
The matrix below is a sample plan for all coursework required for this program.
Note: In order for the Certificate of Proficiency to be awarded, a grade of "C" must be earned in EMTP 1007 Basic Emergency Medical Services Training.
To receive a Certificate of Proficiency, application must be made to the Office of Student Services. Students must be currently enrolled to request a Certificate of Proficiency be awarded.