Online Master of Public Safety Leadership and Administration – Emergency Medical Services – Mobile Integrated Healthcare
In the master’s degree in public safety leadership and administration with a concentration in emergency medical services – mobile integrated health care program, you’ll gain skills in community paramedicine and health systems design to further your EMS career.
Next start date: 10/13/2021
Total classes: 11
Weeks per class: 7.5
Total credit hours: 33
Degree questions, answered.
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What is an EMS degree in mobile integrated health care?
This master’s degree in emergency medical services is designed for students interested in entrepreneurial and leadership roles in emergency care systems. This program focuses on mobile health care delivery and community paramedicine. Throughout this program, you’ll learn strategies for improving and designing emergency medical systems that better serve your community.
Your education in this master’s in emergency medicine program will be geared toward present-day objectives of emergency medical care. You’ll learn how to implement solutions to improve the patient care experience in mobile integrated health care. With a master’s degree in emergency medicine, you’ll be in a position to compete for employment opportunities in public, private and nonprofit EMS agencies. This degree also allows you to explore other opportunities in hospitals and behavioral and social service agencies.
What is EMS, and what does an EMS professional do?
EMS, or emergency medical services, is the practice of providing acute medical care to people outside of a hospital setting. EMS professionals, like paramedics or EMS administrators, organize, prepare for and provide emergency health care in critical situations.
This Master of Arts in public safety leadership and administration – emergency medical services degree is ideal for professionals who have a desire to administer emergency teams and organizations within mobile integrated health care. With classes in organizational structure, public policy administration and health care finance, you’ll gain the well-rounded skills needed for a career in emergency health care leadership and administration.
Will my emergency medical services degree say 'online'?
Emergency medical services classes
A degree in emergency medical services from ASU Online with a concentration in mobile integrated health care will set you apart from the competition in industry. Consider how these courses will help you develop the relevant knowledge and experience for a professional focus on improving emergency care systems.
What jobs can you get with a college degree in EMS?
With an EMS degree from ASU Online, you’ll be in a position to lead and improve EMS teams in mobile integrated health care. You’ll develop knowledge and skills that will set you apart for leadership positions in different types of EMS agencies, such as hospitals, public health departments and managed care organizations. Specific career opportunities include:
How to apply to the EMS program
Applicants interested in the Master of Arts in public safety leadership and administration – emergency medical services must fulfill the requirements of both the Graduate College and the Watts College of Public Service and Community Solutions.
Nationally recognized public service programs
The Watts College of Public Service and Community Solutions is a comprehensive public service college dedicated to addressing social problems through teaching, research and service. Our public service programs, from public policy, to social work, to criminal justice, to emergency management, are designed to help prepare our diverse student body to make a difference in the community.
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