Take Your Career as a Paramedic to the Next Level
The University of New Haven is one of only a limited number of colleges and universities across the country that offers a degree competition program that gives paramedics an opportunity to advance their education by earning a Bachelor of Science degree in paramedicine.
Students entering the program must already be certified as paramedics through the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (NREMT). Students accepted to the program will be able to waive 56 of the 80 major requirement credits through their standing as a nationally registered paramedics.
Students must also complete the remaining coursework required for earning a bachelor’s degree at the University. Our degree completion program to earn a B.S. in paramedicine can typically be completed in two years through full-time study or four years as a part-time student.
Students who participate in our online program will be able to complete their major-specific requirements through accelerated seven-and-a-half week semesters.
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Courses Satisfied through NREMT Certification
Your standing as a certified paramedic through the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians satisfies the majority (56 of 80 credits) of the major requirements to earn a bachelor’s degree in paramedicine. The following courses are granted as transfer courses for being a certified NREMT Paramedic:
- PARA/BIOL 2230: Anatomy and Physiology for Paramedicine I
- PARA 3333: Cardiology III
- PARA/BIOL 2231: Anatomy and Physiology for Paramedicine II
- PARA 3334: Psychiatric and Behavioral Emergencies for Paramedics
- PARA 2234: Patient Examination for Emergency Medical Services
- PARA 3335: Toxicology for Paramedics
- PARA 2235: Introduction to Paramedicine
- PARA 3336: Art of Paramedicine
- PARA 2236: Pharmacology for Emergency Medical Services
- PARA 3337: Obstetric and Gynecological Emergencies for Paramedics
- PARA 2237: Prehospital Trauma Care
- PARA 3338: Pediatric Emergencies for Paramedics
- PARA 2238: Medical and Geriatric Emergency Medical Services
- PARA 3350: Clinical II
- PARA 2239: Paramedicine Clinical I
- PARA 3355: Clinical III
- PARA 3331: Cardiology I
- PARA 4432: Environmental Emergencies for Paramedics
- PARA 3332: Cardiology II
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