Paramedic A.A.S.


The purpose of the Oregon Health & Science University/ Oregon Institute of Technology Paramedic Education Program is to educate pre-hospital care providers; to prepare EMS leaders of the future; and to enhance the delivery of health care in the out-of-hospital setting.

Educational Objectives

The program prepares graduates to:

  1. Comprehend, apply, and evaluate information relative to the role of an entry-level Paramedic.
  2. Demonstrate technical proficiency in all of the skills necessary to fulfill the role of an entry-level Paramedic.
  3. Demonstrate personal behaviors consistent with professional and employer expectations of an entry level Paramedic.

Expected Student Learning Outcomes

Students in the program will demonstrate:

  1. An ability to understand, interpret and apply EMS and general medical knowledge necessary to function in a healthcare setting.
  2. An ability to perform a broad range of paramedic level EMS skills both difficult and routine.
  3. An ability to conduct oneself in an ethical and professional manner and show proficiency in interpersonal relations and communication.

Summary of Student Learning Outcomes

During the 2015-16 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 Paramedic A.A.S. ReportPDF166.97 KB Download
2015-16 CoAEMSP Summary ReportPDF409.16 KB Download
2014-15 Paramedic Education ReportPDF130.01 KB Download
2013-14 Paramedic Education ReportPDF274.86 KB Download
2012-13 Paramedic Education ReportPDF275.77 KB Download
2011-12 Paramedic Education ReportPDF617.38 KB Download
2010-11 Paramedic Education ReportPDF803.48 KB Download
2009-10 Paramedic Education ReportPDF4.00 MB Download
2008-09 Paramedic Education ReportPDF345.88 KB Download
2007-08 Paramedic Education ReportPDF502.58 KB Download