EMS Program Director
850.769.1551 ext. 5623
Senior Administrative AssistantVictoria Byrd
850.769.1551, ext. 5615
Emergency Medical Services, A.S.
Do You Like Caring for Sick or Injured People?
Do you want to have the skills necessary to save lives? Are you the person everyone turns to during an emergency? If you answer yes to these questions, a career in Emergency Medical Services may be just for you. After you complete the Emergency Medical Services A.S program you will have the necessary knowledge, technical skill, and professional attitude and behavior to implement safe, effective, and appropriate care as an entry level Emergency Medical Technician‐Basic (EMT-B) or Paramedic.
Emergency Medical Services Requirements
Visual & Performing Arts
MAC1105, College Algebra
MAC2311, Calculus with Analytical Geometry I
MGF1106, Mathematics for Liberal Arts
MGF1107, Survey of Mathematics
EMS1119, Emergency Medical Tech
EMS1335, Emergency Vehicle Operator
EMS1401, Emergency Medical Tech Lab
EMS1555, Trauma Management
EMS2231, Paramedic I
EMS2232, Paramedic II
EMS2233, Paramedic III
EMS2425, Paramedic Internship
EMS2435, Paramedic I Lab
EMS2436, Paramedic II Lab
EMS2553, Pediatric Advanced Life Support
EMS2934, Advanced Medical Life Support
EMS1310, Emergency Medical Services Management
RET1934, Advanced Cardiac Life Support
What can you do with an Emergency Medical Services Degree?
In this field, people find careers as:
Emergency Room Technician
Gulf Coast alumni of this program have continued their education at:
EMS Application SimulationsOur North Bay Campus has all the facilities necessary to develop the skills needed in your new profession. Talk to the advisor today to see the variety of labs, ranges, and simulations that will be used during your training at Gulf Coast State College.
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