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  • To provide individuals with career preparation associated with Entry-Level and Advanced Practitioner Paramedic care competencies with consideration of the needs and expectations of the program’s communities of interest
  • To provide a curriculum that leads to eligibility for the national credentialing process, entry into the Massachusetts licensure process, and employment in Para medicine
  • To promote the development of those intellectual skills that foster critical thinking and problem solving that are necessary for life-long learning
  • To provide students with the skills necessary to communicate effectively within the healthcare community
  • To promote the development of life- long professional attitudes and values
  • To understand and manage self, to function effectively in social and professional environments and to make reasonable judgments based on understanding the diversity of the world community. Please visit The Office of Diversity & Inclusion web page for more information
  • To locate, understand, evaluate and synthesize, information and data in a technological and data driven society