Emergency Medical Services
Emergency medical technician (EMT) Requirements
- Apply to Midland College
- Complete the Health Sciences APPLICATION AND BACKGROUND CHECK RELEASE
And return to:
Health Sciences Division
- OTHER REQUIREMENTS
Urine drug screening (as scheduled after classes begin)
Criminal background clearance
Health insurance coverage
- EMT Requirements, plus:
- Certified EMT and completed BIOL 2404 and HPRS 1106
- TSI Complete
Final admittance decisions made approximately 30 days prior to the first day of class.
Influenza vaccine, current season
Mumps-Measles-Rubella (MMR, 2 doses)
Hepatitis B (3 doses)
Varicella (Chicken Pox) - 2 doses or verification of disease
Tetanus Diphtheria Pertussis (Tdap) - 1 dose within the last 10 years
Paperwork should be submitted with the Health Sciences application.
To apply for any MC Scholarship through AcademicWorks:
1. APPLY at https://midland.academicworks.com
2. Confirm the link sent to your email and complete application
3. Check your MC student email for notifications of award
4. Accept award & write your electronic thank you letter to the donor
*Already receiving a scholarship? Don't forget to update your application each semester! You will receive an email when it is time to do so.
- Once accepted, students need to register for the classroom and clinical courses and
purchase books, supplies, and required uniform.
- A drug test is required. Procedure instructions will be in class.
- There is an online component to the course work, but it is a face-to-face course.
- EMT class meets on Tuesday & Thursday evenings from 6 - 10 pm.
Paramedic class meets on Tuesdays & Thursdays from 8:30 am - 3:30 pm.
- Clinical scheduling will be announced and involves some nights and weekends.
- Attendance requirements are strictly enforced.
Why EMS at MC?
PLEASE NOTE: Completion of Midland College degrees and/or certificates does not guarantee eligibility to take a certification/registry/licensure examination. The eligibility of each person is determined on an individual basis by the regulatory body of the specific discipline. If you have a conviction of a crime other than a minor traffic violation, physical or mental disability/illness, hospitalization/treatment for chemical dependency within the past five years, current intemperate use of drugs or alcohol or a previous denial of a licensure or action by a licensing authority, you will need to contact the specific regulatory body for an individual ruling. Some programs require a criminal background check and urine and drug screen.
Licensing body for this program: Texas Department of State Health Services
To request a review of the impact of criminal history on your potential Paramedic License prior to or during your quest for a degree, visit the department's website and request a “Criminal History Evaluation.”
The website provides information about the licensing process and requirements.
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