Auckland University of Technology

Course Details

Bachelor of Health Science in Paramedicine

Course Description

Paramedics are the backbone of services such as the emergency ambulance services run by St John and Wellington Free Ambulance, as well as the rotary wing rescue services, such as the Westpac Rescue Helicopter. Paramedics often work independently in remote or difficult environments, isolated from other health professionals. The critical, often complex decision-making required of a paramedic is developed in AUT's paramedicine degree through the clincial practice, clinical reasoning and intergrated clinical practice papers.

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Career outcomes

Career opportunities Paramedic International relief work Emergency manager in the corporate sector Safety services and emergency management roles Working in an environment where out-of-hospital emergency care may be required, such as frontline ambulances, oil rigs, industrial sites, ski fields, defence forces and repatriation services

Bachelor of Health Science in Paramedicine Auckland University of Technology