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From Paramedic to AS in EMS: Advancing Your Career

From Paramedic to AS in EMS

Paramedics face challenges every day. There are many reasons why you have chosen to become a Paramedic, and all of them are valid reasons.

Being a Paramedic can be a fulfilling and exciting career. Yet, where else can you go in the field? Paramedics can advance their careers with an AS in EMS degree.

The AS in EMS degree

As a Paramedic, you have already worked most of the way toward an associates degree. The core curriculum of the AS in EMS is training for certification as an EMT-Paramedic. Paramedics are advanced-level practitioners of Emergency Medical Services. Learn necessary leadership skills by completing your college degree.

Having a degree in EMS also sets you apart from other Paramedics. You could apply to become a lead Paramedic on your team. Help to make the daily decisions that are needed to keep the EMS team running smoothly and efficiently.

The classes for the EMS college degree are available to complete online. You don’t have to put your career on hold to finish your degree. Work your classes around your current work schedule. General education courses give you professional skills that may help you to succeed in any career, and Paramedics with good math and communication skills may become good leaders.

Going from Paramedic to AS in EMS

As a Paramedic, you have already worked most of the way toward an associates degree. The core curriculum of the AS in EMS is training for certification as an EMT-Paramedic. Paramedics are advanced-level practitioners of Emergency Medical Services. Learn necessary leadership skills by completing your college degree.

Having a degree in EMS also sets you apart from other Paramedics. You could apply to become a lead Paramedic on your team. Help to make the daily decisions that are needed to keep the EMS team running smoothly and efficiently.

The classes for the EMS college degree are available to complete online. You don’t have to put your career on hold to finish your degree. Work your classes around your current work schedule. General education courses give you professional skills that may help you to succeed in any career, and Paramedics with good math and communication skills may become good leaders.