Bulletin 2021-2022

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Minor in Emergency Medical Services

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If a minor is required in your degree program, at least 9 (lower and/or upper-division) hours of courses in the minor must be completed at the University.

Minor in Emergency Medical Services Credit Hours
Twenty-four hours total:  24
EMS 112  EMT Emergency Care 3
EMS 113  EMT Skills Lab 3
EMS 115  EMT Clinical Internship 3
EMS 140  Advanced EMT 6
EMS 141  Advanced EMT Skills Lab 1
EMS 143  Advanced EMT Internship 2
EMS 200 or BMD 252  Human Systems/Pathophysiology or Human Anatomy & Physiology II 3
EMS 210  Medical Terminology 3
Department of Emergency Medical Services Education
Administrative Staff
(251) 461-1832
Chair Charles Erwin
Program Directors Brooks, Ellzie, AGEMSS: D. Garmon
Medical Director Steve Bowden, M.D.
Professor Frazer
Instructors Brooks, Coaker, Ellzie, Erwin, Garmon, McDonald, McKenna
Academic Advisors Brooks, Stearns
Part-time Instructors Payne
Clinical Coordinator, Instructor McKenna
CME Coordinator Montalban

Department of Emergency Medical Services Education website
https://www.southalabama.edu/colleges/alliedhealth/ems/index.html

The Department of EMS Education prepares students for careers in Emergency Medical Services. To meet the expanding role of prehospital providers, the Department of EMS Education offers three certificate programs, EMT, AEMT and Paramedic, as well as a Bachelor of Science in Emergency Medical Services.