In the emergency medical services management major, students can expect to learn real-world, on-the-job skills through academic field experience and internship opportunities. Our students serve the campus and local communities as emergency medical technicians (EMTs) and first responders.

Graduates from this major become paramedics as well as work in management roles within the field. Others move into regulatory agencies or corporations in emergency medical services (EMS). Some become physicians, physician assistants, nurses, or attorneys.

And, you may be wondering where they work. We’re glad you asked. In a survey of our 2014-15 emergency medical services management graduates, they said they were working at organizations such as Alert Ambulance, American Ambulance, American Medical Response, and Trinity EMS. 

Career Outcomes

  • 100 percent of 2015-16 emergency medical services management students were employed after graduation, according to our post-graduation survey.
Company Name Job Title Location
American Medical Response, Inc. Paramedic Springfield, Mass.
American Medical Response, Inc. Emergency Medical Technician Bridgeport, Conn.
Pioneer Valley EMS Paramedic Chicopee, Mass.