Major code: PAR – 44+ Credits
Level: 01 – Undergraduate Certificate
Institution OPE ID: 00107200
Minimum completion time in months (assumes Fall semester start): 16
Program has special entry process and prerequisites.
Contact Allied Health Department prior to enrollment.
Paramedicine courses are taught in eight-week sessions.
CIP Code: 51.0904 Emergency Medical Technology/Technician (EMT Paramedic)
Standard Occupational Classification(s) that this certificate helps prepare for:
Additional, more advanced training may be required prior to employment.
|25-1071||Health Specialties Teachers, Postsecondary|
|29-2041||Emergency Medical Technicians and Paramedics|
(Prerequisites may apply, and all courses may not be offered every semester.
Semester breakdown is an example of typical enrollment)
Semester 1 (Summer)
|PMD 101||Paramedicine I||6*|
Semester 2 (Fall)
|PMD 201||Paramedicine II||7|
|PMD 202||Paramedicine III||7|
Semester 3 (Spring)
|PMD 203||Paramedicine IV||10|
|PMD 204||Paramedicine V||10|
Semester 4 (Summer)
|PMD 205||Paramedicine VI||9|
Semester 5 (Fall)
|PMD 206||Paramedicine VII||6|
|In-state tuition @ $73 per credit||$4,015|
|Books and supplies||855|
|Other Special Fees/Expenses***||205|
|Total estimated program cost:||**$7,089|
*The program coordinator may waive PMD 101 for students who meet the course requirements.
**Note that many factors can influence your specific costs.
***The program has special fees. Note that some fees are paid to external agencies.
Recent completion information for programs in this classification:
42 student(s) completed programs in this classification between July 1, 2012 and June 30, 2013
Median Federal Loan Debt = 0
Private Loan Debt = 0
Institutional Financing = 0
Of the 42 students completing programs in this classification between July 1, 2012 and June 30, 2013, 22 completed their program within the normal time shown above