paramedic program can further their education
at William Woods University under a new agreement.
hours of college credit
to individuals who graduate from
CCAD’s program after Feb. 1, 2012, and are
admitted to WWU as either part-time for full-time
education credits and 15 hours of elective credits. Students can choose to
pursue any of WWU’s majors.
coordinator, is happy to provide an opportunity to graduates of the intensive
community,” he said. “It recognizes the training and work they have
done and gives them opportunity to do the college work
close to their county.”
graduates of the program, as it will become not
only a certification, but also the stepping-stone toward a
possible university degree.
agreement, paramedic program graduates who decided to
pursue a university education would have to
start from square one.
Through this agreement with WWU, however, CCAD has ensured that students
won’t have to do that.
many hours in the classroom
and out in the field.
intensive … and its great that WWU agreed
to this because we’re
both located here and it
helps us and I think, in the long run,
it will benefit WWU and
the students as well,”