The EMT Continuing Education and Certificate Program at Rogers State University includes the study of the role of the EMT, including CPR, triage, patient assessment, treatment of shock, hemorrhage, unconscious patient, fractures, traumatic injuries, medical emergencies, and light extrication. Field and hospital practicums are integral parts of the course. Clinical assignments include Emergency Department of 12 hours and EMS Service of 36 hours.
Participants will be eligible to apply for the National Registry Exam to become a nationally certified EMT which will allow for the applicant to obtain a state license and begin practicing as an EMT.
Students can choose from day or evening classes with two courses offered each fall and spring semester and one in the summer semester.
EMT Continuing Education Program
The EMT Continuing Education Program is an alternative way to achieve EMT certification at a lower cost. The program does not require courses to be taken for college credit and no admission to the university is required.
EMT Certificate Program
The EMT Certificate Program requires courses to be taken for college credit. You must first be admitted to the university before enrolling in classes. Apply for admission or re-admission to the university.