Our program is designed to meet the educational and training needs for those individuals who strive to obtain national and state credentials as EMTs or paramedics.
The EMT-Paramedic student is introduced to knowledge and skills while attending evening classes on the ASU-Searcy campus. The student uses the knowledge and skills learned in the classroom, while completing clinical hours with area hospitals and ambulance services.
New career opportunities exist for the North Central Arkansas EMT and Paramedic. These include ambulance services, fire and police departments, medical clinics, hospital emergency departments, summer camps and amusement parks, industrial settings, and other EMS industries.
Scholarships and grants are available for qualified students. For more information, contact the ASU-Beebe Office of Financial Aid at (501) 882-8845.
Please view EMT/Paramedic Enrollment Requirements for more information.
For more information on EMT/Paramedic programs or other technology degrees and certificates, call (501) 882-8822 or email us.
For a Student to qualify for the National Technical Honor Society, they must be enrolled in a technical course of study, be seeking a degree in their field of study, have completed 15 hours of credit at ASU-Beebe, and hold a cumulative GPA of 3.25 or better. Qualify EMT or paramedic students are recommended for membership to this society by their program director each semester.
Graduates Passing the NREMT Written Exam - 80.65 %
Graduates Passing the NREMT Practical - 100 %
Retention Rate for the Past Three Years - 68.89 %
Graduates Now Working as Paramedics - 90.32 %