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Advanced EMT Program

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EMT - Paramedic performing a blood pressure check.

When you're looking at the 180-hour Advanced EMT program developed by the Department of Transportation, it is important to understand the expectations and requirements.

Take time to schedule an appointment to meet with the EMS Teaching Specialist and/or instructors who will be able to answer your questions and help you make an informed decision about your future career as an Advanced EMT.

In order to be admitted to the program, you must:

Admission Requirements

Students in this program must:

Program-Specific Requirements

Students in this program must:

Review our professional links page to review career opportunities and discover more about this versatile and exciting field.

Contact an Admissions Advisor or Greg Carlson, Dean of Public Safety or Ken Gilliam, Associate Dean EMS & Fire Training, to schedule an appointment.