- Minimum of 18 years of age; High School Seniors who are 17 years of age can take the course, however must be 18 and out of High School to sit for certification test
- High school diploma or equivalent
- Current, unconditional driver's license
- Completed Pre-Entrance Medical Record with recent TB, Tetanus, Hepatitis B Vaccines and MMR
- Signed criminal history statement
- Background check
- Drug screen
- For admissions contact Program Leader
Paramedic (EMTP2100, 2101, 2102, 2200, 2300, 2301, 2302, 2400, 2401, 2402, 2500, 2999)
- All the above requirements for EMT
- Two letters of recommendation; one of these must be from a supervisor
- EMTP 2999- Special Topics in EMS/Anatomy and Physiology for EMS. All paramedic students must have this course or a comparable anatomy & physiology course prior to beginning Paramedic Skills 1 (EMTP 2100) in Fall Semester.
In order to remain in good academic standing in the emergency medical technology program, you must:
- Maintain a grade point average of 2.0 in all coursework needed to meet the requirements for an associate of applied science degree in emergency medical technology. This applies to all required courses taken before, as well as after, admission in the emergency medical program.
- Maintain a grade point average of 2.0 in all emergency medical technology courses.
- Not receive a failing grade in any of the required courses for the emergency medical technology program.
- Paramedic students must maintain Ohio EMT Certification while enrolled in the Paramedic Program
Students who fail to achieve any one of the four requirements for good academic standing will be dismissed from the emergency medical technology program with the option of reapplying for admission the following year. You may appeal a dismissal from the emergency medical technology program by following the guidelines for appeal as detailed in this catalog.
Do you think that you might be interested in this degree? Schedule an appointment with an advisior to get started or just talk over your options. Working with your advisor can help you to meet your academic goals in the shortest time possible.
To start, contact Paul Foit (A.J.), program leader, at (740) 351-3463 or email@example.com
Positions for emergency medical technicians are available in private ambulance companies, hospitals, industry, fire departments, 911 dispatch offices, and the armed forces. Law enforcement agencies, park services, ski patrols, and other groups train their personnel to become EMT-Bs or paramedics as part of their duties.
Applying to the Program
Please review this Functional Job Analysis (PDF) before applying to the Paramedic Program