Emergency Medical Technician (EBST.S.STC)
7.0 Credit Hours
Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs) are essential members of the health care team who provide time sensitive care to patients. These individuals take the emergency department to people's homes, to highways and to other remote locations. EMTs bring life-saving equipment and knowledge to bear in an effort to reduce patient’s suffering and to save lives. Students will use lecture, laboratory and real world exposure to emergencies to learn the skills needed to care for the sick and injured in the out-of-hospital environment. The program is offered to provide students with variability and flexibility in scheduling. For more information, contact the EMS department at 937-512-5338 for an entrance application packet.
- Demonstrate entry-level competency in the cognitive domain of EMT education.
- Demonstrate entry-level competency in the affective domain of EMT education.
- Demonstrate entry-level competency in the psychomotor domain of EMT education.
|EMS 1150: Emergency Medical Technician: Lecture||5 credit hours|
|EMS 1155: Laboratory for Emergency Medical Technician||2 credit hours|
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