|Prerequisites, Application & Deadlines|
Application Deadlines - Paramedic programs start each fall semester subject to sufficient enrollment
All students are encouraged to submit early applications
even if prerequisites are not completed.
Why choose Paramedic Education at Weber State University?
WSU's Department of Emergency Care & Rescue has been nationally accredited by CAAHEP (CoAEMSP) for more than 25 years, making it the first in Utah, and one of the first in the nation. The program received re-accrediation until 2017 with no citations and multiple salutations.
More than 90 percent of WSU's graduates are employed upon graduation and are eagerly sought out by EMS/Fire agencies and health care facilities across the nation. All graduates can find employment if willing to relocate off the Wasatch Front.
WSU's paramedic program does not require prior EMS agency experience or sponsorship. Advanced EMT or Intermediate is no longer required. Students may progress from EMT directly into Paramedic or enroll in PAR 1005, EMT Internship.