Associate Degree Course Sequence
SSC101 Student Success Seminar
BIO101 Introduction to Anatomy & Physiology
EMS122 Paramedic I
EMS124 Paramedic I Clinical
FST224 Legal Aspects
EMS221 Paramedic II
EMS223 Paramedic II Clinical
ENG124 College Composition
EMS222 Paramedic III
BIO125 Medical Terminology
EMS224 Paramedic IV
MTH125 College Algebra
COM122 Interpersonal Communication
ITD122 Computer Applications for Professionals
PSY121 General Psychology
HIT230 Healthcare Delivery in the US
TOTAL CREDITS 67
Paramedics are highly-regarded health professionals, in part due to television and public events that have heightened awareness of this program.
The world of emergency medical services (EMS) is very dynamic, changing and evolving continually. Paramedics have many new challenges in the care of the ill and injured requiring a higher standard of learning, particularly with interests of national security. The field of paramedicine is evolving to new areas beyond emergency care in the streets.
Stark State College offers a two-year associate in applied science degree of emergency medical services technology. The EMT-basic and paramedic certification courses are included within this degree pathway, as well as courses designed to enhance management skills in the healthcare industry.
The EMS associate degree will provide the initial knowledge and skills necessary for this profession.
Stark State College is accredited by the Ohio Board of Regents and the Ohio Department of Public Safety, Division of EMS, #008 for EMS education and follows the Ohio curriculum according to the Ohio Administrative Code 4765.
According to various sections of the Ohio Law and Regulations for Certification and Licensure Boards, persons convicted of any misdemeanor or felony are required to report this information to the applicable licensure/certification board. For more information, contact the Emergency Services Coordinator.
Please be advised that this curriculum could change. Students are required to follow the program curriculum in effect when they begin taking technical courses, not when students are accepted to the College or program.