Emergency Medical Services

Emergency Medical Services ManagementPush your career to the next level with a bachelor’s degree in Emergency Medical Services (EMS) at Franklin Pierce University. Certified paramedics, emergency medical technicians, fire fighters, police officers and other protective services personnel can develop the academic foundation for leadership of EMS organizations.

Choose a track in either management or social science, depending on your experience and long-term goals. Explore legal, political, and regulatory assessments in EMS settings, as well as the study of technology-based health applications and healthy work environments. Develop critical thinking and decision-making skills to effectively manage emergency situations.

Combine online learning, part or full-time study, and six academic terms, to create a flexible and personalized schedule. Receive 40 credits for your paramedic license along with credits for life experience, including your certifications, professional licenses, and on-the-job training.

You may also be eligible for grants, loans, and scholarships in the form of financial aid.

This non-clinical degree program does not lead to EMT or paramedic certifications.

Want to know more?

Emergency Medical Services Program Sheet thumbDownload the Emergency Medical Services program sheet to view on screen or print, or view the Academic Catalog for specific degree requirements and course information.

Franklin Pierce University also offers a Master of Business Administration in Health Administration. Learn more.

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Franklin Pierce University
College of Graduate & Professional Studies
                                             1.800.325.1090
                                              cgps@franklinpierce.edu

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To apply, just complete the easy online application and request official transcripts from previously attended schools. SAT/ACT test scores are NOT required. The application process begins with submission of your online application. Transcripts are to be sent separately following online application submission.