PARA 46200 Military Transition Paramedic Capstone

This final course is designed to assist the paramedic student with integrating their cumulative paramedic education in order to be a licensed paramedic. This course, when taken in conjunction with PARA 23000, PARA 46000, and PARA 46100, is designed to complete the didactic curriculum gaps in the military medic curriculum and allow the student to sit for the student to sit for the National Registry paramedic examination. The course also provides preparation to sit for National Registry Paramedic certification and Missouri State Paramedic licensure. Students will also be provided with important life and job skills including resume/curriculum vitae writing, portfolio creation, and job interview skills. Students must pass comprehensive written, psychomotor, simulation, and oral evaluations in order to pass the course and sit for National Registry paramedic certification for Missouri state paramedic licensure. Evening and weekend rotations may be required. Lab fee required.




Approval from the Paramedic Program Director, valid state or National Registry EMT certification, successful completion of an approved United States Department of Defense military medic education program, two years' full-time experience as a United States military medic, CPR certification, medical screening, current vaccinations, criminal background check, and drug screen.