Emergency Medical Care Bachelor’s Degree — Emergency Services Administration Curriculum

Please review the admissions requirements before applying for this or any program. If you have questions about the program or are planning to register for classes, please speak to the program advisor.

 

For a full list of course descriptions please see section 7 of the university undergraduate catalog.

 

Core Courses

45

*Credit by departmental exam is available. Contact your program advisor or program coordinator for information about fees and testing procedures.

 

EMC 300

Emergency Operations and Behavioral Crisis*

3

EMC 303

Introduction to Cardiology*

3

EMC 305

Prehospital Management of OB/GYN/Pediatrics*

3

EMC 310

Advanced Cardiology

3

EMC 320

Advanced Life Support: Trauma

3

EMC 335

Advanced Life Support: Medical Emergencies I

3

EMC 340

Advanced Life Support: Medical Emergencies II

3

EMC 342/342L

Advanced Clinical I with Lab

4

EMC 352/352L

Advanced Clinical II with Lab

4

EMC 360

Advanced Field Internship

2

EMC 362

Advanced Field Internship II

4

EMC 380

Prehospital Theory: Medical**

3

EMC 382

Prehospital Theory: Trauma**

3

EMC 400

Emergency Care Systems Management

3

EMC 489

Introduction to Research Methods

3

Emergency Services Administration Concentration

32

EMC 420

Emergency Services Design and Budget

3

EMC 430 or 430W

Legal and Ethical Aspects of Emergency Services

3

EMC 440

EMS Instruction

3

EMC 480

Topics in Emergency Medicine

3

BIO 307

Human Anatomy

3

BIO 308

Human Physiology

3

CHE 101/101L

Introductory Chemistry I with Lab

4

CHE 102/102L

Introductory Chemistry II with Lab

4

PSY 200

Introduction to Psychology

3

PSY 308

Abnormal Psychology

3

*Some supporting courses will count toward the General Education Requirements. See catalog for details.

 

Free Electives

12-21

EKU General Education Requirements

37

Total Hours

120