Emergency Medical Science–A45340
This degree program does not accept clinical education that has been completed outside of the institution or through another initial training program. The program is also offered on a fixed course rotation and will only accept students who are not an EMT in the Fall semester and students who are an EMT in the Spring semester. There are no other entry points allotted for new enrollment.
This program is offered in a hybrid format and students will attend classes on campus two days a week for the duration of their training.
WCU’s Emergency Medical Care Bachelor of Science Program
An articulation agreement is in place between LCC and Western Carolina University’s Emergency Medical Care BS program. This program can be completed through distance education once students complete the Emergency Medical Science AAS program at Lenoir Community College. Visit Western Carolina University’s Emergency Medical Care program for more information.