Program Director: Joel Henderson
A hybrid option is available for this program. Please contact the program director for more information.
Program Application (Fall 2021 Application available February 15th)
Emergency Medical Services (EMS) personnel play a primary role in providing care and transportation of the sick and injured in a pre-hospital setting. GFC MSU offers an AAS degree for the Paramedic program.
Upon completion of the Paramedic program, students will be prepared to sit for the National Registry Certification Examination to gain licensure and begin a successful career as a top-level pre-hospital care provider.
The Paramedic program is nationally accredited through CAAHEP, the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs, in collaboration with CoAEMSP, the Committee on Accreditation of Educational Programs for the Emergency Medical Services Professions.
The Great Falls College MSU Paramedic Program is a limited enrollment program, accepting a restricted number of students each year. Interested students are urged to contact the Program Director or the Advising & Career Center Advisors for student advising specific to program admission requirements and criteria for program acceptance.
All eligibility forms and documents are enclosed in the Paramedic Program Information and Application Packet.
To be eligible to apply for admission into the Paramedic Program, applicants must:
Required Paramedic program admissions qualifications include: