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EHS Minor

For more information contact Diane Flint.

MINOR IN EMERGENCY HEALTH SERVICES

To earn a minor in EHS, in conjunction with a Bachelor of Arts or Science degree in another discipline, students must complete a minimum of 18 credits:

Required Courses:    (9-12 credits required)

  • EHS 115 Medical Terminology (3 credits)
  • EHS 200 Concepts of Emergency Health Services (3 credits)

Choose either EMR (3 credits) or EMT (6 credits) option: (Effective Fall 2016)

  • EHS 102 Emergency Medical Responder (3 credits)

                                               OR

  • EHS 202* Clinical Concepts and Practice I (EMT-Basic Part I) (3 credits)
  • EHS 203* Clinical Concepts and Practice II (EMT-Basic Part II) (3 credits)

*Students must complete both sections of EMT-Basic for credit towards the minor.

STUDENTS WILL CHOSE AN ADDITIONAL 6-9 CREDITS FROM THE FOLLOWING:

OFFERED IN THE FALL SEMESTER:

  • EHS 320 Disaster Management (3 credits)
  • EHS 345 Death & Dying (3 credits)
  • EHS 360 Instructional Issues in Emergency Health Services (3 credits)
  • EHS 430 Research Topics in Emergency Health Services (3 credits) (STAT 121 or STAT 350 prerequisite)
  • EHS 470 Emergency Response to Crisis (3 credits)

OFFERED IN THE SPRING SEMESTER:

  • EHS 311 Stress & Burnout: Personal and Professional Issues (3 credits)
  • EHS 330 Management of Search and Rescue Operations (3 credits)
  • EHS 345 Death & Dying (3 credits)
  • EHS 360 Instructional Issues in Emergency Health Services (3 credits)
  • EHS 400 Emergency Health Services Theory and Practice (3 credits)

Students interested in EHS as a minor should consult a department advisor for assistance. No courses taken on a P/F basis shall count toward the minor. A grade of “C” or better is required for all minor courses.

 

Emergency Health Services Course Catalogue [CLICK HERE]