When you study at Penn College, your instructors will do more than know your name. They'll get to know you. Experienced, passionate, and dedicated to your success, Penn College faculty are here to support your academic journey.
When seconds count, experience matters. That’s why hands-on training is our number-one focus.
Emergency Management & Paramedic Science
Dual Degree Option
Associate of Applied Science Degree (A.A.S.)
Step up and take the lead as a paramedic.
From a rolled car, to the back of an ambulance, and into the emergency room, learn how to apply lifesaving techniques across all types of scenarios. With small class sizes, expert faculty by your side, and technology-driven labs, you’ll be fully prepared for whatever comes your way.
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Emergency Management (B.S.) & Paramedic Science (A.A.S.)
Dual Degree Option
With a dual degree in Paramedic Science and Emergency Management, you’ll be primed to serve as a first responder, take the lead in emergency management, or blaze a career path that combines the two.
Paramedic Science (A.A.S.)
This intensive hands-on program incorporates 1,000+ hours of clinical and field experience in preparation for higher level positions within the field.
Paramedic Practice Certificate
From hands-on training in specialized learning labs to real-world experience during clinical rotations, you'll learn how to respond with confidence in the pre-hospital environment.
Applied Health Studies, Completion (B.S.)
Students who have earned an associate’s degree from Penn College in paramedic science are eligible to pursue a bachelor’s degree in applied health studies.
Define your future
There are lots of ways to explore your future across all types of majors from nursing to culinary.
Get a taste of tomorrow
- Stay and learn on campus over your summer break
- Explore a variety of career options
- Experience our hands-on approach to education
- Earn up to $2,000 in Penn College scholarships
Here for you every step of the way
Frailey receives award for contributions to EMS
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Rescue readiness, downstream and high aboveground
Students in paramedic majors were led through a variety of hands-on rescue operations and tactical paramedic activities to wrap ...