Emergency services providers function in the uncontrolled, pre-hospital environment that includes patient stabilization, basic and advanced life support, and safe transport to the appropriate healthcare facility. Students in the EST program are prepared for these intense situations, through hands-on, real-world experience and EMT/AEMT certification.
Emergency Services Technology offers a two-year associate of applied science degree option.
The associate of applied science degree combines general education and technical education courses, in addition to Emergency Medical Technician and Advanced Emergency Medical Technician certification. Graduates are prepared for both entry-level and advanced training positions in emergency services fields.
Emergency Services provide medical care throughout the life span, from infant to elderly. The Emergency Services field involves intense teamwork with many disciplines, specifically ambulance, fire, and police departments, as well as hospitals.
Career opportunities include:
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