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.
The program prepares graduates to:
- Foster professional growth in communication, teamwork, ethics, inquiry and analysis, quantitative literacy, and diversity.
- Prepare students to advance their professional medical training in all the major areas of pre-hospital clinical practice.
- 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:
- Have awareness in all, and proficiency in most, of the different medical service offerings provided in the EMS industry today.
- Articulate general management practices and their role in the EMS industry.
- Read and critically evaluate how research in EMS is developed and contributes to EMS practices.
- 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.