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Program Overview

Emergency Medical Services Technology, Associate in Science (A.S.)

The Emergency Medical Services Technology Associate in Science Degree Program is composed of two certificate programs (EMT and Paramedic) and some general education classes to prepare paramedics for employment as EMS educators, supervisors, coordinators, operations managers, and/or directors of service.

Review the guided degree pathway where you will find a detailed plan for your courses and other requirements each semester that prepare you for graduation and your transfer goals.


EMT and Paramedic portions are offered at the Public Safety Training Center (Olustee Campus)

General Education Classes (Online and on FGC Main Camps)

Testing Entrance Requirements

Students must meet all college entrance requirements.


Tuition: $7,542.40

Lab Fees: $30.00

Textbooks, Community Ed. Tests, Background Checks, Insurance, Screenings: $2,137.25


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Careers at a Glance

Employment Opportunities

Career opportunities include careers as an EMS Educator, EMS Supervisor, EMS Coordinator, Operations Manager, and Director of an EMS Service.

Program Details

Admission Requirements

Interview with the Program Director before formal admission into the program is approved.

Program Notes
  • There is limited access to this program.
  • This program may be started during any semester.
  • CAAHEP accreditation.
  • For students who obtained their paramedic from an unaccredited institution, experiential learning may be granted under certain circumstances.