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EMSA Curriculum

 

Curriculum

Through a non-clinical, fully online program, currently certified emergency medical technicians can pursue a bachelor's degree in EMSA that will provide them with a variety of exciting potential opportunities for career advancement, including supervisory, management, and leadership positions. The degree completion program offers flexibility due to its online format so that certified and licensed professionals can achieve their goals easily and affordably.
 
The B.S. in Emergency Medical Services Administration program focuses on:
  • Ethically sound and evidenced-based leadership and management skills to Emergency Medical Service providers;
  • A foundation in contemporary leadership and management principles;
  • A well-rounded educational experience that provides strong career preparation in a liberal arts context;
  • A lifelong commitment to the values of justice, citizenship, and service in a student's personal and professional pursuits.
 
Coursework for the Emergency Medical Services Administration Program includes:
  • Applications for Emergency Services Research
  • Applied Statistics
  • Critical Incident Stress for Emergency Services
  • Emergency Services, Leadership & Administration
  • Emergency Services Budgeting and Finance
  • Emergency Services Management
  • Emerging Concepts in Pre-Hospital Care
  • EMS Systems Design
  • Health Informatics
  • Human Resource Management for Emergency Services
  • International Comparative Pre-Hospital Care
  • Legal Aspects of Emergency Services