Associates Degree - Paramedic
The degree contains all the technical courses for the Emergency Medical Technology program, plus the twelve hours of General Education required to obtain an associates degree. This pathway takes five semesters to complete.
Emergency Medical Technician - Certificate II - Paramedic
This program track allows you to continue your education after EMT-Intermediate and move towards more advanced certification(s). You can complete your Paramedic Certification in only four semesters. Advanced-level care providers are qualified to perform more invasive, life-saving measures, such as IV administration, airway management and medication administration.
Emergency Medical Technician - Certificate I - Intermediate EMT
Once you begin the advanced level certifications, we encourage you to complete to the Paramedic level. There is an exit point, however, at the EMT-Intermediate level, eight months (two semesters) into the program.
Emergency Medical Technican - Certifucate I - Basic EMT
Formal training and certification is required to become an EMT-Basic. If you are interested in making a difference in people’s lives and providing emergency medical care, becoming an EMT-Basic may be could satisfy that desire. EMT-Basic is the entry level position into the EMS profession. You can complete the EMT-Basic program in only one semester. After completing our program requirements and passing the certification test with the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians, you will obtain the Texas Certification as an EMT-B. The TSTC West Texas EMT-Basic pathway provides certification level patient care in the field.
Texas Skills Mastery Certification - Fire