Region 1 Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Intermediate - Associate of Applied Science

60 credits

Students must complete all University degree requirements, which include: General Education requirements and elective credits to total at least 60 credits. Developmental coursework will not count towards the degree requirements and/or elective credits, but may be needed in order to take the necessary English and Mathematics coursework. New Mexico General Education

Prefix Title Credits
General Education
Select one course from four of the following six content areas for a total of 12-14 credits. 1, 212-14
This degree requires courses from Areas I, III, IV and V; students do not need to take additional courses to complete General Education requirements.
Area I: Communications
Rhetoric and Composition4
Area II: Mathematics
Area III: Laboratory Sciences
Select one 4 credit course from the following:
Human Biology
and Human Biology Laboratory
Natural History of Life
and Natural History of Life Laboratory
Cellular and Organismal Biology
and Cellular and Organismal Biology Laboratory
Principles and Applications of Chemistry (or higher CHEM)4
Area IV: Social/Behavioral Sciences
Select one from the following:
Introduction to Anthropology3
Human Growth and Behavior3
Introduction to Psychology3
Introductory Sociology3
Contemporary Social Problems
Area V: Humanities.
Select one from the following:
Introduction to Early American History3
Introduction to Recent American History
The Art of Wondering3
Perspectives on Literature3
Perspectives on Film3
Literature and Culture3
General Education Elective
COMM 253GPublic Speaking3
or COMM 265G Principles of Human Communication
Core Requirements
OEEM 101CPR for the Health Care Professional1
OEEM 120Emergency Medical Technician Basic6
OEEM 120 LEmergency Medical Technician Basic Lab2
OEEM 121Emergency Medical Technician Basic Field/Clinical1
OEEM 150Emergency Medical Technician Intermediate5
OEEM 150 LEmergency Medical Technician Intermediate Lab2
OEEM 151Emergency Medical Technician Intermediate Field/Clinical2
Other Required Courses3
Introduction to Information Technology3
Electives, to bring the total credits to 60
Select up to a minimum of 21 recommended elective credits to reach 60 credits.21
Medical Terminology3
Human Anatomy and Physiology I4
Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology I
Human Anatomy and Physiology II4
Nursing Assistant Fundamentals
and Nursing Assistant Fundamentals Lab
Nursing Assistant Clinicals4
Elementary Navajo I4
First Responder Prehospital Professional3
Elementary Spanish I4
Elementary Spanish II4
Total Credits60

Note:  It is highly recommended that students who plan to transfer to a Bachelor’s degree program complete the BIOL 225 Human Anatomy and Physiology I/BIOL 226 Human Anatomy and Physiology II course sequence. Please consult the University Catalog of your choice for program details.