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EMT Classes for Fall, 2010

The EMT classes for Fall, 2010 have not been scheduled yet. We expect to have information about them available in late February to early March, 2010. If you would like to be placed on a list to be notified by email when information/registration is available, fill out the information below. Please continue to check this website for updates!!!! 
Below is general information about the course...............
This 222-hour course provides training for emergency calls to give care and stabilization to the critically ill and injured. Emphasis is placed on care at the scene and during transportation to a medical facility, IV maintenance, EOA, and epinephrine modules. In-depth study will also be done on patient assessment and shock physiology with fluid, intravenous therapy, and D50W administration as its focus. Actual experiences will be provided and clinical and lab times are required in addition to class time.

The textbooks are included in the price of the course. Uniform shirts and pants must be purchased before beginning the clinical portion of the course. Please do not purchase uniforms until instructors give the specifications.

Students who successfully complete the course will be eligible to take the State of Tennessee EMT certification exam.
You must have a regular high school diploma or a regular GED certificate and be at least 18 years old to attend. In order to be eligible to take the State of Tennessee EMT certification exam, you must not have any felony convictions. A background check will be required.
The EMT program at MTSU is a non-credit program. This means that you will not receive any credit toward a college diploma upon successfully completing the course. Because it is non-credit, traditional student aid (Pell Grants, Stafford Loans, Hope Scholarships, etc.) cannot be used to pay for the class. The goal of the class is to prepare you for certification as an EMT.
Additional information about the state certification exam may be found at the State of Tennessee website: http://health.state.tn.us/ems/index.htm

Classes will be held in the training room of the College of Continuing Education in the at 855 West College Street in Murfreesboro, Tennessee.
Fee: To Be Announced
Cancellation Policy: MTSU reserves the right to cancel courses should minimum enrollment not be met. In the event of course cancellation, all funds received will be refunded.

Full payment is due at the time of registration.
If you pay by credit card, your registration will be processed immediately. If you elect to pay by cashier's check or money order, your slot will be held for five business days. If payment has not been received within five business days, you will be purged from the class and your slot will be offered to the other people on the waiting list.    Checks should be made payable to MTSU.
If mailing a check, mail to:
MTSU - Continuing Education
Attn: Eve Shockley
855 West College Street/Suite K
Murfreesboro, TN  37129
Refund Policy: There is a $250.00 cancellation fee if cancellation is requested by the student. This request must be made in writing. The last date for a partial refund is to be announced.
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22.2 CEUs (Continuing Education Units)
REMEMBER!!!! You are only signing up for the list to be notified when registration opens now. You ARE NOT registering for the upcoming class!