George Washington University students with an interest in Emergency Health Services Management may also be interested other online Health Sciences programs such as Clinical Management and Leadership.HSM students study up-to-date information on issues, theories and practices in emergency medicine, and investigate EHSM’s role among other medical disciplines. Most courses have an applied project where the student role play as managers or administrators and handle a complex current issue.
The BSHS with a major in Emergency Medical Services Management is an online degree completion program that requires successful completion of 120 credit hours. Students may transfer in up to 60 credits to satisfy general education and advanced standing requirements. Non-traditional credit sources may be considered on a case-by-case basis (i.e. military coursework, credit-by-exam, and non-college based health programs). Students must complete at least 60 credit hours of GW coursework to meet the academic residency requirements for the program.
Program graduates secure management positions in EMS organizations, fire departments, state/federal agencies, and health care organizations. About 12 percent of graduates continue into graduate or medical school. Others become leaders of paramedic or community college programs.
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