First responder is among the most in-demand and well-respected professions. Lindenwood University offers you the chance to join the ranks of firefighters and paramedics with a pair of bachelor's degree programs.
When you major in fire and paramedic science, you will complete a minimum of 120 credit hours. You will study a general education core, including chemistry, biology, English, math, and history, plus 39 to 48 hours of EMT/paramedic coursework and an area of emphasis. The areas of emphasis are the general emphasis, which include an overall study of paramedic science and the fire academy emphasis, which includes paramedic and fire science.
Cores of the degree program are the study of para-medicine technology and the acquisition of management and leadership skills.
Lindenwood University Fire and Paramedic Science Faculty
Fire and paramedic science faculty members at Lindenwood University have practical and professional experience, and they will pass the knowledge gained with that experience along to you.