LP Research Resources February 24, 2018

Community College of Aurora EMT Program

The Community College of Aurora is located just east of Denver along Colorado’s Front Range. The school offers paramedic programs at both the EMT-P certificate and associate degree levels.  (school info end of page)
Colorado Community College of Aurora  –  Profile of Paramedic Pony Anderson.



The Emergency Medical Technician-Paramedic  (EMT-P) Certificate program requires 45 credits. The courses cover paramedic pharmacology, medical emergencies and trauma emergencies. In addition to the classes, students complete labs and two paramedic internships in fieldwork. Students are required to have previously earned EMT-Basic certification. They must also possess CPR and IV certification.
The associate degree in paramedicine at the Community College of Aurora requires students to complete 15 credits of general education, including human anatomy and physiology. Paramedic courses cover pharmacology, advanced life support and handling trauma emergencies. All students will complete two paramedic internships prior to completing the program.

Contact Information

For more information, contact the college at 16000 E. Centre Tech Parkway, Aurora, CO 80011 or call (303) 360-4700.