This 41-semester-hour curriculum prepares students as competent entry-level EMT-Paramedics. Students who complete this curriculum will possess the knowledge, skills, and personal attitudes and behaviors necessary for practice as entry-level EMT-Paramedics. Upon successful completion of the following curriculum, students receive a Certificate of Proficiency.
Program advisor is Bart Sanders, EMS program director and instructor in emergency medical services.
Prior to enrollment in Paramedic courses, SPC EMS students must successfully complete all Advanced EMT didactic courses and hospital clinical rotations. Non-SPC EMS students must show proof of National Registry Advanced EMT certification or EMT-I certification from the Texas Department of State Health Services.