Rapid Response to Help People

Photo of EMT student conducting a demonstration

If you are interested in a fast-paced job in the medical field, check out the Emergency Medical Services program at South Central College South Central College’s Emergency Medical Services program educates you to provide emergency care essential to helping people in crisis as an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) . Once you complete the EMS program and become certified as an EMT, you can take the next step to becoming a paramedic by entering SCC’s Intensive Care Paramedic Technician program.

Campuses: North Mankato

Program Start Dates: Fall and Spring Semesters

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What EMS Students Say

  • The EMS program has taught me to think outside the box and solve problems in a quick manner which is important in healthcare.
    Carl Erksted III EMS Student
  • It’s a great hands-on learning experience, I would recommend it to anybody
    Shelbie Harms EMS Student
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Faculty Spotlight - EMS

Carie Weller
Carie Weller
North Mankato Phone:(507) 389-7216
North Mankato Office:D135-o
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Eric Weller
Eric Weller
North Mankato Phone:(507) 389-7319
North Mankato Office:D144-b
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Allied Health Majors

One in every ten jobs in the U.S. today are in the healthcare industry. From technicians to those on the front line of patient care, opportunities abound. Many well-paying healthcare careers require just two years of college to get started.