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Emergency Medical Services Dual Credit

SUMMARY

Upon completion of the Grayson College Dual Credit Emergency Medical Technician Program, students will be prepared for employment as an EMT. They can also continue on to higher certification levels as a Paramedic or complete the AAS degree in Paramedicine.  

CERTIFICATE

Marketable Skills Award, EMT-Basic

INSTRUCTOR

Course instructor is provided by Grayson College. 

CURRICULUM

The hybrid curriculum is provided by Grayson College and consists of materials located in the Canvas Learning Management System and is complemented by hands-on lab activities on a Grayson College Campus (Main or South). 

SCHEDULE

Students complete online coursework, hands-on lab skills practice and 88 clinical hours including time on an ambulance and in healthcare settings. The EMT curriculum offers an innovative skills lab concept. Students will register for their mandatory in class sessions and skills labs at either the Denison or Van Alstyne campus. In person sessions will be offered at:

  • Denison campus: Tuesday/Thursday 12:30-3pm
  • Van Alstyne campus: Monday/Wednesday 9-11:30am

This flexibility allows students to participate in other activities such as athletics, band, or academic teams. This schedule will remain the same across Fall and Spring.

FACILITY

Classes are held online and in a face-to-face format at the Denison or Van Alstyne campuses. 

TSI REQUIREMENT

None

PREREQUISITES

None

VACCINATION REQUIREMENT

State law requires that students under the age of 22 who will attend classes on a GC campus must provide documentation of a meningococcal vaccination within the previous 5 years or a conscientious objection waiver. Students will not be enrolled without this documentation.

TUITION & FEES

Fall Tuition and Fees, 5 credits
Tuition $250.00
Fees $158.50
EMT Fees $425.00
Spring Tuition and Fees, 4 credits
Tuition $200.00
Fees $132.00
EMT Fees $20.00

Total: $1,185.50

TEXTBOOKS & SUPPLIES

Purchased by the student or high school partner.  

FINANCIAL AID

Full or partial tuition waivers are available for dual credit students on free or reduced lunch programs. The Firefighter Exemption Program is available to volunteer firefighters who hold a Firefighter II certification with the Texas Commission on Fire Protection.

TYPICAL COURSE OF STUDY

Please contact course instructor for individual considerations.

Senior Year Courses

SEMESTER

COURSE

COURSE TITLE

SEM. HOURS

Fall

EMSP 1501

Emergency Medical Technician

5

Spring

EMSP 2305

Anatomy and Physiology

3

Spring

EMSP 1160

Clinical

1

Total Semester Hours: 9

Questions

Director of Dual Credit CTE Programs
dualcredit@grayson.edu