Emergency Medical Technology AAS Degree
The Emergency Medical Technology AAS program is a two-year, 60-credit hour curriculum leading to an associate of applied science degree.
Graduates of the EMT AAS degree will be eligible to take the national registry exam to become licensed as a paramedic.
- Degree Type: AAS
- EMT Basic is offered on the Terrell Health Science Center, Athens & Palestine campuses.
- Paramedic is offered on the Athens and Terrell HSC campus
- TSI: required
- See the current Health Occupations brochure for more information about the program including immunization requirements, estimated costs and schedules.
|PSYC-2314||Lifespan Growth and Development||3|
|BIOL-2401||Anatomy and Physiology I||4|
|Lang, Phil, & Culture/Creative Arts||3|
|BIOL-2402||Anatomy and Physiology II||4|
|EMSP-1501||Emergency Medical Technician||5|
|EMSP-1160||EMT Basic Clinical||1|
|EMSP-1338||Introduction to Advanced Practice||3|
|EMSP-1356||Patient Assessment & Airway Management||3|
|EMSP-1261||Paramedic Clinical I||2|
|EMSP-2461||Paramedic Clinical II||4|
|EMSP-2462||Paramedic Clinical III||4|
|EMSP-2143||Assessment Based Management||1|
A grade of C or better is required in all EMT courses.
Students must meet current hepatitis B and other vaccination requirements prior to starting EMT clinical courses. See brochure at www.tvcc.edu/Health-Science-Center for current requirements.