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EMT Certification

This program is offered at Clark State's Beavercreek, Bellefontaine and Springfield locations.

The EMT Course is a seven credit-hour very fast paced and labor intensive course that includes 150-180 hours of classroom, lab, and clinical/field education that can be completed in one semester. Upon successful completion of this course the student is eligible to take the National Registry and State Certification Examination at the basic level. Those who complete the course are prepared to work in an entry-level position in ambulance services and in fire divisions statewide. This course is the foundation course that serves as a stepping stone to full paramedic certification. Students entering EMS 1100 must:

  • Pass COMPASS or ACCUPLACER Reading and Writing placement tests with scores testing out of college preparatory reading and writing or pass with a C or better college preparatory courses (CPE 0200 for Reading, CPE 0300 with a B or CPE 0400 with a C for writing). 
  • Pass COMPASS Math test with score of 47 or ACCUPLACER with a score of 77, or pass with a grade of C or better the CPE 0500.
  • Have Basic Life Support (BLS) certification for professional CPR or enroll in EMS 1171, Basic Life Support, concurrently.
  • Complete health requirements.
  • Complete criminal background check requirement.

Students must be 18 years of age to take the state examination.

An individual seeking a career in emergency medical services should realize that to be successful, he/she must be emotionally stable, flexible and physically fit enough to perform the minimum entry-level job requirements.

Course Title Credits
EMS 1100 EMT Theory & Practice * 7
  Total Credit Hours 7

*Offered fall, spring, and summer terms

Class Schedule Planning

The planning schedule below indicates when and where courses in your program of study will be offered for the next two academic years. This is helpful information when planning your class schedule for each semester.