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Paramedic Technology

Associate Degree

Program Overview

The Paramedic Technology associate degree from New England Institute of Technology will prepare you for a rewarding and in-demand career in emergency medicine. A mix of classroom and hands-on learning builds the skills needed for entry-level opportunities caring for patients in rescue vehicles, emergency rooms, and other healthcare settings.

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High school grad year or G.E.D.

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Associate in Science Degree

The Associate in Science Degree in Paramedic Technology provides entry-level opportunities for students to pursue a career as pre-hospital care providers.  Paramedics work in the fast-paced world of emergency medicine in rescue vehicles and emergency rooms as well as in doctors' offices and other health care facilities. Paramedics provide for the needs of their patients and are advocates and health educators for patients, families, and communities.  They educate people to take proactive measures to ensure they live a healthier life. 

This paramedic program prepares licensed Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) professionals to provide care for diverse populations within the community.  In order to do so, students need to acquire paramedic knowledge, clinical skills, highly-developed communication and clinical reasoning and judgment skills.  Students without an EMT license are able to prepare for the license in a separate preliminary quarter and must pass the licensure exam by the third quarter of the Paramedic program.

Throughout the curriculum, students engage in clinical and laboratory experiences to complement classroom learning. 

Graduates of the New England Tech Associate Degree in Paramedic Technology are prepared to work in a wide variety of emergency settings, as well as hospitals, home health care, long-term care, healthcare clinics, public health, and outpatient care, and are eligible to take the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technician paramedic level exam.


Associate in Science Degree

Paramedic Technology Program Mission and Philosophy

Mission Statement

The New England Institute of Technology Paramedic Technology program seeks to prepare paramedics at the associate level to practice in today’s complex and highly technological health care system.  The mission of the program is to prepare individuals as professionals whose practice reflects evidence-based, ethical, and articulate membership in the paramedic profession.  

Program Goals

  1. The Paramedic Technology (PAR) program will provide appropriate learning opportunities for students to prepare competent entry-level Emergency Medical Technician-Paramedics in the cognitive (knowledge), psychomotor (skills), and affective (behavior) learning domains.
  2. The PAR program will prepare students to sit for the national certification examination.
  3. The PAR program will endeavor to instill in the student a sense of commitment to the Paramedic profession’s core values and ethics.

Program Outcomes

Graduates of this program will be able to:

  1. Use their paramedic education to provide safe, culturally competent, and patient-centered care across the lifespan.
  2. Communicate effectively with diverse patients, families, support systems, and the allied health team to achieve optimal patient outcomes.
  3. Apply evidence-based, clinical judgments to deliver safe, quality paramedic care.
  4. Demonstrate caring and ethical interventions that incorporate patient and family advocacy.
  5. Collaborate with members of the allied health team to optimize patient outcomes.
  6. Utilize patient care technologies and information management systems to support safe processes of care across the healthcare continuum.
  7. Demonstrate professional accountability and commitment to standards of professional practice within legal, ethical and regulatory frameworks.
  8. Integrate leadership principles to advocate for safe, quality outcomes of patient care across the healthcare continuum.

Associate in Science Degree

  • PAR 100 Basic EMT
  • PAR 110 Introduction to Advanced Pre-Hospital Care
  • PAR 115 Pharmacology for Advanced Pre-Hospital Care
  • BIO 107 Comprehensive Anatomy and Physiology I & Lab
  • PAR 120 Cardiology and Advanced Cardiac Life Support
  • PAR 123 Advanced Pre-Hospital Care
  • BIO 128 Comprehensive Anatomy and Physiology II & Lab for Paramedics
  • PAR 130 Patient Assessment and Human Systems
  • BIO 231 Comprehensive Pathophysiology
  • EN 110 Healthcare Communication Skills (online)
  • PS 140 Lifespan Development (online)
  • PAR 240 Trauma
  • PAR 243 Trauma Assessment
  • PAR 247 Clinical I (off campus)
  • PAR 250 Topics in Advanced Life Support
  • PAR 253 Obstetrics/Gynecology
  • PAR 255 Pediatric Neonatal Resuscitation
  • PAR 257 Clinical II (off campus)
  • PAR 260 Psychological Emergencies
  • PAR 263 Special Considerations
  • PAR 267 Clinical III (off campus)