A.S. Degree in EMS

A.S. DEGREE IN EMS

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Orlando Medical Institute’s Online Associates Degree of Science in Emergency Medical Services program lengths vary according to what type of degree the student has earned. Associates Degrees usually take two years; however, if you possess a current Paramedic License from the State of Florida, you may be able to obtain your Associates Degree in sixteen (16) weeks by fulfilling the requirements for the Online Associates Degree of Science in EMS.

COURSE STRUCTURE

ENC 101 – English Composition I - 3 Credit Hours

3 Credit Hours Students in this course will review and study grammatical context, sentence structure, write term papers and reports and general rules of business correspondence.

ENC 102 – English Composition II - 3 Credit Hours

Students in this course will continue to review and study grammatical context, sentence structure, write term papers and reports and general rules of business correspondence. In this section students will study contemporary writings and demonstrate reading comprehension and critical thinking on subject matter.

SPC 2608 – Public Speaking – 3 Credit hours

Students in this course will be able to demonstrate knowledge of public speaking, speech delivery concepts and analyze the delivery of other students’ speeches. Students will perform audience analysis tasks and prepare speech topics and outlines. Learners will use supporting materials and presentation aids in speech preparation to prepare each of the components of a speech.

PSY 101 – General Psychology – 3 Credit hours

Upon completion of this course students will have developed a basic understanding of psychology, its origins and its practical applications in the professional world. Students will gain skills and knowledge enhancing their ability to effectively communicate ideas and identify behaviors and information effettively.

MAC 1105 – College Algebra – 3 Credit Hours

Students in this course will explore exponential mathematics, and college algebra through the examination of practical applications. Students will calculate algebraic problems with linear equations, exponents, polynomials, factors, and rational expressions. Student will solve problems using graphs, slopes, inequalities, linear equations, roots, radicals and quadratic equations.

Students may also be able to transfer existing credit hours, upon successful completion of the Paramedic course here at OMI. Semesters are split into 8 weeks (mini semesters), and the student may take up to three (3) classes per mini semester.

REGISTRATION DEADLINE

Registration deadline is no later than two weeks before the start date of the semester.

ORLANDO MEDICAL INSTITUTE

6220 S. Orange Blossom Trail, Suite 410/420
Orlando, Florida 32809

Phone: (407) 251-0007