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Course Name Dates Class Days Time
EMR 1113 (1st Responder) Night Fall/Summ/Spring M/W 6PM-10PM
EMT 1118 (Basic) Day Fall/Summ/Spring Tu/Th 9AM-4PM
EMT 1118 (Basic) Night Fall/Summ/Spring M/W/Th 6PM-10PM
Adv EMT 1129 (AEMT) Day Fall/Spring Tu/Th 9AM-4PM
EMT 1319 Paramedic Care I Fall/Spring Tu/Th 9AM-4PM
EMT 2319 Paramedic Care II Fall/Spring Tu/Th 9AM-4PM
EMT 1153 Ops/Rescue Awareness Fall/Spring TBA 9AM-4PM
EMT 2201 Emergency Vehicle Operator (EVOC) Summer Only TBA TBA
EMT 2313 Tactical Medic Summer Only 6/08-6/12 Varies
EMT 2000 Critical Care Paramedic (CCEMT-P) TBA TBA 8AM-5PM

EMR 1113 (1st Responder)

Prerequisites: 18 years of age by the end of the course and High School Diploma
(or) GED

EMT 1118 EMT (Basic)
Prerequisites: 18 years of age by the end of the course
and High School Diploma (or) GED

EMT 1118 EMT (Basic)
Prerequisites: 18 years of age by the end of the course  and High
School Diploma (or) GED

EMT 1129 EMT Advanced
Prerequisites: EMT course completion and EMT NREMT & Oklahoma licensure

EMT 1319 Paramedic Care I
Prerequisites: EMT license or higher (or approval of program coordinator)

EMT 1153 Operations and Rescue Awareness

EMT 2319 Paramedic Care II
Prerequisites: EMT 1319 or approval of program coordinator

EMT 2313 Tactical Medicine (Summer Only)
Prerequisites: Program coordinator approval

EMT 2203 CCEMTP-Seminar
Prerequisites: NREMT & State Paramedic
Licensure

EMT 2201 Emergency Vehicle Operation
Prerequisite: Approval of instructor
and 18 years of age

 

Class Descriptions

Paramedic Care I
EMT 1319
This course is designed to provide the skills and techniques of advanced emergency medical care and to initiate preparation of the student for certification as an EMT Paramedic. The course provides content and skills instruction for various topics in emergency medicine, including well being of the EMT, roles and responsibilities of the paramedic, injury illness prevention, medical/legal aspects of prehospital medicine, ethics in EMS, therapeutic communication, life span development, history taking, techniques of physical exam, patient assessment, advanced skills, clinical decision making, communications, and documentation. The course is a required component of the EMT Paramedic program. It consists of 144 hours of classroom instruction and 66 hours of laboratory instruction. This course also requires 112 clinical hours to be competed in Surgery, Airway Lab, Burn Unit, ALS EMS, and the Emergency Department.

Paramedic Care II
EMT 2319
This course is designed to provide the skills and techniques of advanced emergency medical care and to initiate preparation of the student for certification as an EMT Paramedic. The course provides content and skills instruction for various topics in emergency medicine, including the anatomy and physiology of the human heart, dysrhythmias and interpretation of ECG, treatment of dysrhythmias and other cardiac emergencies and conditions. Pharmacology, dosage calculations and medication administration will also be covered. The course will also discuss trauma systems and the care and physiology of traumatic emergencies such as blunt force trauma, spinal trauma and head trauma. The course is a required component of the EMT Paramedic program. It consists of 142 hours of classroom instruction and 48 hours of laboratory instruction. This course also requires 108 of clinical rotations that include Emergency Department, ALS EMS, and ICU/CCU.

Paramedic Care III
EMT 2419
This course is designed to provide the skills and techniques of advanced emergency medical care and to initiate preparation of the student for certification as an EMT Paramedic. The course provides content and skills instruction for various topics in emergency medicine, including the recognition and management of medical emergencies including pulmonary, gastrointestinal, hematological and endocrine emergencies. Infectious disease process and behavioral disorders will also be discussed. The course is a required component of the EMT Paramedic program. It consists of 105 hours of classroom instruction and 52 hours of laboratory instruction. This course also requires 132 hours of clinical rotations that include ALS EMS, Behavioral/Mental Health, Dialysis and Physician Internship.

Paramedic Care IV
EMT 2519
This course is designed to provide the skills and techniques of advanced emergency medical care and to initiate preparation of the student for certification as an EMT Paramedic. The course provides content and skills instruction for various topics in emergency medicine, including the assessment and treatment of patients experiencing obstetrical or gynecological emergencies, assessment and treatment of pediatric patients. Topics covered also include neonatology, growth and development, pediatric assessment, pediatric trauma, general principles of pediatric patient management, sudden infant death syndrome, abuse and neglect, and special needs children. geriatrics, abuse and assault, special challenges, acute interventions for the chronic care patient, and assessment based management will also be discussed. The course is a required component of the EMT Paramedic program. It consists of 128 hours of classroom instruction and 48 hours of laboratory instruction. This course also requires 172 hours of clinical rotations that include Pediatrics, Labor and delivery, and ALS EMS Internship.

EMT (Basic)
EMT 1118
This course is designed to provide the basic techniques of emergency care, preparing the student for certification by examination as an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT). The course covers all emergency medical techniques currently scope of practice of the EMT in the state of Oklahoma, in accordance with the National Standard Curricula.. The course is also the primary prerequisite for the U. S. Department of Transportation EMT paramedic curriculum. It consists of a minimum of 212 hours of classroom and lab instruction and 48 clinical hours in a supervised clinical setting.

EMT Advanced
EMT 1129
This course is designed for those who have successfully completed Basic EMT and anatomy courses. It is the second level of the US department of transportation EMT Paramedic Curriculum. The courses includes a minimum of
256 hours of classroom and lab instruction and 164 supervised clinical hours in a variety of Emergency medical service settings. Content covers advanced airway management and oxygen therapy, Endotracheal intubation, intravenous therapy, shock disorders, soft tissue and musculoskeletal injuries as well as other areas of trauma care.

EMR-Emergency Medical Responder (Previously Known as First Responder)
EMT 1113
This course is designed to instruct a student to the level of First Responder/Emergency medical Responder, who serves as a vital link in the chain of the health care team. This curriculum includes skills necessary for the individual to provide emergency medical care with a limited amount of equipment. This course consists of
64 hours of classroom and laboratory instruction.

CCEMTP- Critical Care Paramedic
The Critical Care Emergency Medical Transport Programsm is designed to prepare paramedics and nurses to function as members of a critical care transport team. Critical patients requiring transport between facilities need a different level of care from hospital or emergency field patients. Participants will gain an understanding of the special needs of critical patients during transport, become familiar with the purpose and mechanisms of hospital procedures and equipment, and develop the skills to maintain the stability of hospital equipment and procedures during transport.

Tactical Medic
EMT 2313
This course is a 5 day (54 hr) class that incorporates the skills needed for prehospital. care providers to operate in special tactical environments This course has restricted enrollment and requires the permission of the program coordinator.

EMT Seminar

EMT 2000
This course is designed to provide selected learning opportunities in specific areas of emergency medical technology, general continuing education.

EMT Seminar/ EMT Independent Study

EMT 2111, EMT 2002, EMT 2003, EMT 2004
These courses are designed for advanced students who desire additional study in EMS topics of interest. Topics range from practicum to research activities.

Emergency Vehicle Operation
EMT 2201
This course is designed to provide instruction in vehicle dynamics, weight transfers, energy forces, speed control through proper braking and acceleration, and reaction time to stopping distance. Instruction is also provided in proper handling of hazardous material incidents, vehicle positioning at accident scenes, the proper use of Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA) and protective clothing. The course is mandated for all emergency vehicle (ambulance) operators in the State of Oklahoma and corresponds with the design by the Volunteer fireman's Insurance Company. The student receives eight hours of didactic instruction and eight hours of practical experience on the driving range. On the driving range, the student actually experiences and practices these skills while operating a vehicle.

Operations and Rescue Awareness
EMT 1153
This course is designed to provide the skills and techniques of advanced emergency medical care and to initiate preparation of the student for certification as an EMT Paramedic. The course provides content and skills instruction for various topics in emergency medicine including medical incident command, ambulance operations, rescue awareness, Hazmat incidents, and crime scene awareness. Students will also be eligible for the HAZMAT Awareness certification exam. It consists of 36 hours of classroom instruction and a minimum of 36 hours laboratory instruction.