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Online Degree Completion Program

Bachelor of Applied Science Degree
with Thematic Concentration in Emergency Medical Services Management


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The BAS Degree Completion Program with a Thematic Concentration in Emergency Services Management is intended for individuals who have earned an Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) or Associate of Occupational Science (A.O.S.) degree in some aspect of Emergency Medical Services.


Bachelor of Applied Science - Emergency Services Management
Healthcare Administration Courses CREDITS
HADM 307 - Health Informatics 3
HADM 335 - Health Law & Ethics 3
HADM 422 - Operations, Outcomes & Quality 3
HADM 425 - Financial Management & Budgeting in Healthcare 3
HADM 445 - Managing Healthcare Organizations 3
HADM 462 - Supervision in Healthcare  3
HADM 305 - Survey of US Health System 3
Communication, Business & Other Required Course
COMX 320 - Organizational Communication 3
COMX 480 - Health Communication 3
BMGT 335 - Management and Organization 3
BMGT 329 - Human Resource Management 3
BMKT 325 - Principles of Marketing 3
BFIN 302 - Business Finance 3
Required Pre-Requisite/Elective Courses
COMX 200 - Exploring Communication Studies 3
STAT 216 - Introduction to Statistics 4
Total BAS Emergency Services Management Concentration Credits  46
Bachelor of Applied Science – Radiology Technology Management Additional Credits

Completion of General Education requirements and approved electives at partnering institution or online via Montana State University Billings.
*TBD--To be determined following a review of each student's associate completed degree transcription

*Please note this program does not contain any 300-400 level EMS Coursework**



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A final degree completion plan of study will be developed and approved for each student following an analysis of their associate degree transcripts. Some students may need to earn additional course credits beyond the thematic concentration listed above in order to satisfy missing general education requirements or other required elective credits. Any additional course credits required will be confirmed for the student before getting started in the program. Courses may be subject to change.