EMT and Fire Science
The program is designed to serve the educational needs and maintain a balance for initial training and/or professional development. Emergency services is a career field with a constant need for trained personnel, has very good growth and allows for “branching out” into various specialties like private fire protection, industrial safety, and even sales. Most people currently employed in Fire or EMS say that job satisfaction is high due to personal fulfillment and good working conditions.
Dodge City Community College’s program utilizes knowledgeable and energetic instructors with a low student to teacher ratio. We have classes on campus and at community sites (such as local fire stations and training facilities) with on the job learning all over the region. Some tools that we have are: Jaws of Life, Ambulance, Wild land Pumper, Structure Pumpers, Rappelling Equipment, ATV Polaris used for Rodeos, Football games, Rappelling and other campus drills.
While some specific classes are offered on a bi-yearly schedule you may enroll in this program at any time.
This catalog contains the curriculum information a student needs in planning his or her studies at Dodge City Community College. All students need to become familiar with the language of the college catalog and the necessity of planning a sequence that will provide either a one-year certificate or a two-year degree. Advisors are provided to assist students in planning their academic program. As a student, please make sure that you consult your advisor for guidance in planning a program of study. Students are ultimately responsible for assuring that their academic program meets the requirements for graduation and/or transfer to another degree granting institution.
Professor of Fire Science/EMS
2501 N. 14th Ave.
Dodge City, KS 67801