The Bachelor of Science in Community Paramedicine is a bachelor’s degree program for certified paramedics who have an associate degree in emergency medical sciences and who want to help people and their long-term health by providing:

  • Regular, in-home care
  • Help patients with chronic diseases stay healthy and prevent unplanned emergency department visits
  • Help people with mental health and behavioral issues and substance abuse problems
  • Perform tasks to enhance health care access for those who do not get enough service from traditional health care delivery systems

This degree will be awarded to students who successfully complete 39 credit hours of major coursework, 6 credit hours of general education, and 6 credit hours of electives for a total of 51 credit hours.