Paramedic Medicine - AASc
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What College of Southern Nevada says about their program:
"This is a selective admission program. Applicants must submit a program application, EMS/Healthcare experience form, EMT and/or AEMT certifications, current CPR card, letters of recommendation, and transcripts documenting completion of prerequisite courses. Students accepted into the program will be responsible for additional program expenses including all necessary preclinical requirements.
The objective of this degree is to train students with the necessary cognitive, psychomotor, and affective behaviours to provide advanced life support in the prehospital setting and to provide the necessary coursework to be licensed in the State of Nevada and nationally certified. This limited-entry program offers a comprehensive and in-depth study of advanced life support skills which include pharmacology, advanced airway management procedures and skills, ECG interpretation and electrical therapy. Associate degree recipients may see improved opportunities for managerial, clinical or educational advancement after sufficient field experience is obtained."
- TOEFL iBT - 52
- TOEFL PBT - 470
- IELTS - 5.5
- Duolingo - 80
- TOEFL iBT - 61
- TOEFL PBT - 500
- IELTS - 6
- Duolingo - 90
- Online international student application
- Copy of passport
- Bank statement
- International application - sponsor form
- List of English proficiency test scores
- High school diploma/transcripts - High school diploma, GED or IB
Spring semester (January) - November 15th Fall semester (August) - July 1st Summer semester (June) - April 15th
Fees and funding
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