B.S./B.A./B.A.S. in Emergency Medical Services Administration: Admission Requirements
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Are you a transfer Student?
|Online Application Form and Fee:||Apply Now|
|Degree:||For students transferring less than 30 quarter college credits, both high school and college transcripts are considered. GPA requirements include a 2.75 high school GPA and a 2.25 college GPA.|
For students transferring more than 30 quarter college credits, a 2.25 college GPA is required. For students with an AAOT and ASOT, a 2.0 college GPA is required.
|Recommended Qualifications:||EMT certification, while not a requirement for admission to the EMSA program, it is recommended. Students entering into the program with EMT certification will benefit from an accelerated path to program completion as the certification can reduce the amount of required core and elective courses.|
|Transcripts:||Provide official transcripts from all accredited educational institutions attended|
|Additional Requirements:||GED Scores|
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We are here to answer any questions you may have. Contact an enrollment counselor at 855-805-5399 or complete the request for information form and we will be in touch.
|Create an account in the EOU Online system using your name and email address|
|Apply for admission by filling out the online application|
|Pay your $90 non-refundable application fee* online|
|Gather and submit the appropriate documentation|
Please note that international students, both graduate and undergraduate, are required to meet the requirements of the EOU English Proficiency Policy.
*Graduate program applications may require additional fees.
The online EMSA program accepts up to 135 credits for transfer to EOU. All EOU majors require a minimum of 20 EOU credits. Students seeking to exchange credit for life/work experiences can pursue EOU’s Assessment of Prior Experiential Learning (APEL) process. The APEL process is another pathway to earn course credit while reducing tuition costs. To learn more, contact an enrollment counselor at 855-805-5399.
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Applying to Eastern Oregon University is simple — you will create an EOU Online account and submit your application online. Then, watch for email updates about your application status and keep in touch with support teams who are ready to answer your questions.
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The Office of Admissions is happy to help if you have questions. Call 855-805-5399 or email.