This program is designed for persons involved in emergency care of the sick and injured. EMT program participants have included firefighters, law enforcement officers, volunteer rescue personnel, lifeguards and those wishing to enter the EMS profession at hospitals and other healthcare agencies. Graduates may find employment in agencies such as city/ county EMS systems, private ambulance services, hospitals, clinics, physician/ doctor offices, laboratories, dialysis centers, paid and/ or volunteer fire departments, air ambulance services, home health care agencies and hyperbaric chambers.

Interested students need to first apply for general admission to the college. Upon acceptance, students will then register for EMT courses.  Space is limited.  Additional information will be provided upon course registration.

Program Costs

  In-State Out-of-State
Tuition $1,310.64 $5,264.76
Fees* $678.00 $678.00
Books $263.25 $263.25
Total $2,251.89 $6,206.01

*This is an estimated cost of the program.  Fees do not include the cost of required vaccinations, health screening or basic life support certification.

Post-graduation certification fees: 

$35.00 Certification application fee to Florida Department of Health.

$80.00 National Registry of Emergency Medical Technician Exam fee.

Fingerprinting fees will vary by service provider.


For more information regarding Emergency Medical Technician licensing in Florida please visit:

Students applying for certification outside of Florida will want to check with the particular state for associated fees.