May 19, 2024  
2023-2024 College Catalog 
2023-2024 College Catalog

Paramedicine - Professional Health Studies (PHPMO)

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Award: Associate in Applied Science Degree
Program Location: Fremont Campus, South Omaha Campus

This option allows graduates to transfer to a four-year program in health or medical sciences. Graduates often find an expanded job market available to them as some employers require an associate degree as the minimum for hire.

All required classes for the PHPMO degree must have a grade of C or better to graduate from the program.

Recommended Program Map  

Click here   to see the recommended Program Map for this degree. Courses are listed by quarter to show the fastest path to your degree and should be completed in the order listed. If you are unable to complete all courses listed in a quarter, complete as many courses in this sequence as your schedule allows. If you have questions or concerns about your map, please call 531-622-2400.

Graduation Requirements
Completed Paramedicine Certificate (PMPMC): 85.0
Additional General Education Credits*: 10.5
Total credit hours required: 95.5

*Additional MCC General Education competency requirements have been met in the Paramedicine certificate program. Upon completion, students will have met all MCC General Education requirements.

Optional Requirements for AAS Paramedicine Track

Students who successfully complete the Paramedicine certificate of achievement can earn the Professional Health Studies degree by fulfilling the additional 10.5 credit hours of general education requirements. Note that not all courses in the degree may transfer.

Remaining General Education Requirements for PHPMO

Scientific Inquiry

1 Course 6.0 credit hrs.

Select one 6.0 credit hour course from the list of Natural Science General Education courses in the current course catalog.

Professionalism/Life Skills & Information Literacy

Select one course from the following.

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