This advanced emergency medical care program consists of four courses, including a clinical rotation in a hospital setting and a field internship with an ambulance service. You learn emergency procedures such as cardiac monitoring and defibrillation and the administration of medications and IV fluids. Successful completion of this program and subsequent certification exams will enable graduates to work as skilled paramedics and to provide sophisticated, advanced pre-hospital life support.

JCCC’s MICT program is fully accredited by the Committee on Accreditation of Educational Programs for the EMS Professions (CoAEMSP). If you are interested, contact the Admissions office for an application packet, which includes deadlines, admission requirements and options for meeting academic criteria.

This is a selective admission program with limited enrollment. If you are accepted into the program, you take classes in the spring, summer and fall, completing the program in December.

Students successfully completing this program will be allowed to sit for the certification examinations administered by the Kansas Board of Emergency Medical Services.

(Major Code 486A; State CIP Code 51.0904)

Emergency Medical Science Program web page

Prior to beginning profession courses:

An associate's degree or higher, successful completion of an EMT course, and successful completion of a college-level anatomy/physiology course are required.

First Semester

EMS 220MICT I*10
Total Hours20

Second Session

EMS 230MICT III Clinicals*12
Total Hours12

Third Semester

EMS 271MICT IV Field Internship*15
Total Hours15
Total Program Hours: 47