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Military Medic Program Process of Admissions

The student applicant is required to follow this process:

  1. Submit a general LCC college application for admission to the Enrollment Services Office.  Go to http://www.lcc.edu/admissions/applynow/

  2. Submit MM2P application to EMS office room 324.5. Applications are due September 29, 2014 for the next program that begins in October.

    1. The above application only applies to Military Medic to Paramedic portion of program.  For Paramedic to RN entry, consult with military medic advisor.

  3. Include with your selective application a copy of all transcripts, military and non-military. Additionally, you will need to provide official transcripts to the college directly.

    1. Information regarding obtaining military transcript can be found at the LCC Veterans Office.

  4. Take math, reading, and writing placement exams in Assessment Center. Scores will be used to advise applicant of additional preparation recommended before entering the program.

    1. The Waiver Team instead may be able to grant placement levels based on things like ACTs or SATs, TOEFL, AP or CLEP tests, courses taken at other colleges or universities, or degrees.  Contact the Waiver Team for more information.

    2. Program requires Math Level 4, Reading Level 5, and Writing Level 6.  Those not meeting these levels may need to take other prerequisite courses in math, reading, and writing.

  5. Provide documentation of current State of Michigan or National Registry EMT-Basic certification/license.

    1. For those who have lapsed (> 2 years) or never tested as EMT-B after completing appropriate military EMT education may need to complete an EMT course again.  This can be completed through the LCC EMT program or other state approved EMT courses.

    2. For those who have lapsed (< 2 years), contact Military Medic advisor at 517-483-1530 for more information.

  6. Provide documentation of 2-years full-time equivalent experience as military medic.

  7. Complete BIOL 145 or equivalent with a 2.5 grade or better.

    1. Individuals looking to continue on to nursing should complete BIOL 201 and BIOL 202.

  8. Provide evidence of good physical and mental health.

Public Service Careers Department

Health and Human Services
Health and Human Services Bldg, Room 108
Phone: (517) 483-1410
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