Anna Maria College's EMT-Basic course provides students the knowledge, skills and abilities to provide high quality pre-hospital emergency care to vulnerable individuals. The course prepares students to take and pass the Massachusetts EMT-Basic Examination. At the same time students earn eight college credits for the course.
The EMT-Basic program at Anna Maria College is accredited by the Massachusetts Office of Emergency Medical Services.
Matriculated undergraduate students at Anna Maria College may enroll and earn college credit, new full or part-time students may apply to the college to earn college credit, and other students from the community may enroll without seeking college credit.
Anna Maria College students should consult with their academic advisor to determine when the EMT course best fits their curriculum.
New students and other students from the community should contact the Admission Office to enroll in the course. General requirements are a high school diploma or GED certificate. Candidates must be at least 18 years of age by the date of the state exam; be able to write, read, and understand English; have no physical or mental impairment that may interfere with the ability to provide care; and be free of any drug or alcohol addiction.
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