GCC 2018-19 Catalog - Page 48

The 248-hour EMT Basic Program prepares students to provide skilled and safe care in a variety of settings. Gogebic Community College
offers an EMT Basic program to prepare students to take the national registry examination to become EMT Basics. The State of Michigan
approves the program.
Applicants must meet admission requirements. High school course work should include a year each of algebra, biology and chemistry.
Placement at Math 104 Intermediate Algebra or higher or successful completion of Math 103 required. Placement at English 101 or ENG 105
or higher required. These requirements can be met by completing the Accuplacer test, submitting ACT scores from within the last three years,
or submitting college transcripts to determine math and English levels. Applicants who do not have the necessary high school or college
background should meet with the Allied Health Coordinator to plan a General Education-EMS Program to prepare them for eligibility for the
EMS Basic program.
All Allied Health Students have additional requirements. Clinical sites require criminal background checks. Applicants need to be aware that
any history of misdemeanor and/or felony conviction or past abuse may make them ineligible to meet clinical and program requirements. The
state to which the graduate applies for licensure makes this determination regarding eligibility for licensure.


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