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Eligibility, Admission Standards, and Funding


  • Military medic with 2-years full-time equivalent experience.
  • Civilian participants can qualify for this program if they hold an Advanced Emergency Medical Technician (AEMT) designation with one year equivalent experience.

Admission Standards

  • Students completing Military Medic to Paramedic will be able to apply for the Paramedic to RN upon completion of their paramedic education. 
    • Completion of paramedic education does not guarantee admission into nursing program.  Both stages are selective admissions and requires separate applications.
  • Students will be required to meet appropriate prerequisites (writing, reading, math level and courses) for each phase of the program.
  • Military Medics who are a licensed or certified paramedic can apply for entry into nursing program.
  • Detailed admission information for Paramedic to RN can be found here.


  • Both phases of program are eligible for GI-funds, Military Tuition Assistance (TA), and standard financial aid.

For more information, contact Lisa Ferris-McCann or call 517-483-1530.

Public Service Careers Department

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