Bachelor of Science in Emergency Medical Services
Franklin Pierce University

Program Details

Certified paramedics, emergency medical technicians, fire fighters, police officers and other trained professionals can advance careers through the online Emergency Medical Services bachelor’s degree at Franklin Pierce. Choose either a management or social science track in order to best fit your career plans. You will also have the opportunity to pursue electives ranging from addiction and victimology to studies in emergency communications. 

You may choose to complete the Bachelor of Science program, or opt to enroll in a Bachelor of Arts degree.

Requirements

  • Bachelor completion requires 120 credits, including up to 40 credits earned for your paramedic license along with credits for life experience, including your certifications, professional licenses, and on-the-job training
  • All official transcripts, including high school if you have not attended a higher education institution

School Accreditation Statement

New England Commission of Higher Education