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EMT Classes in Idaho with Training Program Options

There are a few schools in Idaho that have EMT training programs. Read an overview of 4 of the largest schools' programs, requirements and tuition information, and find out which school is the right one for you.

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Essential Information

Aspiring emergency medical technicians (EMTs) in Idaho can choose to complete a certificate, associate's degree, or bachelor's degree program; other programs leading only to certification eligibility are also available. Admission requirements vary by program, but might include GPA minimums, prerequisite classes, background checks, and CPR certification. Evening and weekend classes are offered by some schools. Students complete practicum requirements, sometimes in the form of internships, as part of their required curriculum. Out of the 14 not-for-profit schools in Idaho, only 4 have EMT programs. Programs at the 4 schools presented below meet the necessary requirements for EMT licensing in Idaho.


Brigham Young University - Idaho

Located in Rexburg, Brigham Young University has EMT classes in the Bachelor of Science in Emergency Services Administration degree program. To get into the program, students complete an EMT class and possess an appropriate GPA in the mathematics and science prerequisite courses. Assessments are regularly given to students and students can work in a hands-on manner in this program. As a part of the program, students can expect to ride along with EMS agencies and work in hospital environment. The paramedic program here has received accreditation from the Committee of Accreditation of Educational Programs for the EMS Professions.

College of Southern Idaho

The College of Southern Idaho has programs for an Associate of Applied Science for Paramedics, a Paramedic Technical Certificate, an Emergency Medical Technician Technical Certificate in the city of Twin Falls. For the EMT major, the technical certificate option has 49 credit hours. The EMT technical certificate program goes over advanced EMT topics. The paramedic technical certificate program is 56 credit hours while the associate's degree program is 69 credit hours. Paramedic students can expect to complete 3 lecture courses, 3 laboratory classes and 3 clinical courses.

Idaho State University

Found in Pocatello, Idaho State University offers an Associate of Science in Paramedic Science degree program. The paramedic science program is considered to be competitive as only 20 students a year are allowed to enter the program. It takes 4 semesters to complete the program and students can expect to take courses on pharmacology, ECG interpretation, pathophysiology, trauma care, special populations and medical emergencies.

Lewis-Clark State College

Students residing in the area of Lewiston can attend the Lewis-Clark State College and find the following training program options: an EMT course, and a paramedic program. The EMT class here can be taken online or on the campus and students in the class can learn about respiratory management, trauma and cardiac emergencies and patient condition assessment. To enter into the paramedic program at this school, students must have a current CPR card, pass a background certain, possess certain immunizations, pass an anatomy and physiology class and have an EMT license. Once in the paramedic program, students are educated on administrating emergency medical care to patients in critical care.

School Comparison: At a Glance

School Name School Type and Setting EMT Training Programs Offered Undergraduate Tuition and Fees (2015-2016)
Brigham Young University - Idaho 4-year, private not-for-profit; distant town Bachelor of Science in Emergency Services Administration $3,830*
College of Southern Idaho 2-year, public; remote town Emergency Medical Technician Technical Certificate,
Paramedic Technical Certificate,
Associate of Applied Science for Paramedics
$2,880 (in-district)*
$3,880 (in-state)*
$6,720 (out-of-state)*
Idaho State University 4-year, public; small city Associate of Science in Paramedic Science $6,784 (in-state)*
$20,182 (out-of-state)*
Lewis-Clark State College 4-year, public; small city EMT Course,
Paramedic Program
$7,224 (in-state)*
$18,224 (out-of-state)*

Source: *NCES College Navigator.

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