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Emergency Medical Services Management B.S.


The BS in EMS Management is designed to provide advanced clinical EMS training, an understanding of general management principals, and hands-on applied training on the specific EMS management challenges experienced in the industry today.

Educational Objectives

The program prepares graduates to:

  1. Foster professional growth in communication, teamwork, ethics, inquiry and analysis, quantitative literacy, and diversity.
  2. Prepare students to advance their professional medical training in all the major areas of pre-hospital clinical practice.
  3. Establish a framework for students to develop an awareness and practice of current EMS management challenges.

Expected Student Learning Outcomes

Students in the program will demonstrate:

  1. Have awareness in all, and proficiency in most, of the different medical service offerings provided in the EMS industry today.
  2. Articulate general management practices and their role in the EMS industry.
  3. Read and critically evaluate how research in EMS is developed and contributes to EMS practices.
  4. Take a hands-on leadership role in helping to solve current day EMS management challenges in the community.

Summary of Student Learning Outcomes

During the 2014-15 academic year, the program faculty formally assessed the student learning outcomes summarized in the attached annual report. Additional details can be found in department assessment records.

Annual Program Assessment Reports

2015-16 Emergency Medical Services B.S. ReportPDF17.34 KB Download