Phase II: Professional courses

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College Curriculum

Study Plan and Curriculum Structure
The curriculum of the four programs offered by CAMS (i.e., Emergency Medical Services, Respiratory Program, Clinical Laboratory Sciences, and Occupational Therapy) consists of two phases. The duration of the courses for each program is four years.

Phase I:Pre-Professional(Preparatory Four Semesters, which are offered to all health science colleges).
Students from all Health Science Colleges attend the first three semesters together. The students are offered intensive English language courses throughout these semesters to strengthen their English language. This will enable them to communicate fluently, as English is the instructional language while studying the professional courses.

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Quality Assurance and Academic Accreditation

Mission:
The QAAA unit in College of Applied Medical Sciences aims to apply an internal quality assurance system throughout the college to increase performance sufficiency according to the certified quality standers by developing the skills of faculty and staff at the college which will eventually achieve the university goals.

Vision:
The vision of QAAA unit at College of Applied Medical Sciences is to fulfil an unequal excellence in academic performance among all kingdoms’ colleges by achieving continuous development and obtaining academic accreditation for all programs in the college.

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Phase II: Professional courses

Third Year

 

1st Semester 2nd Semester
Course Title Credit Hours Course Title Credit Hours
EMMS 311 Paramedic Practice I and Communication for EMT 6 EMMS 314 Pathophysiology of the Cardiovascular System 6
EMMS 312 Paramedic Practice II 5 EMMS 315 Pathophysiology of the Respiratory System 6
EMMS 313 Paramedic Practice III 5 EMMS 316 Applied  Pharmacology 4
EMMS 317 Practical Field I 2
CAMS 411 Research Methodology I 2
Total 16 Total 20

Fourth Year

 

1st Semester 2nd Semester
Course Title Credit Hours Course Title Credit Hours
EMMS 411 Pathophysiology of the Nervous System 5 EMMS 415 Hospital Rotation 7
EMMS 412 Mental Health & Mental Illness 3 EMMS 416 Professional Studies System 2
EMMS 413 Pathophysiology of the Body Systems 5 EMMS 417 Applied Paramedic Practice 7
EMMS 414 Practical Field II 4
CAMS 412 Research Methodology II 2
Total 19 Total 16

Internship Year:

    After completing the required didactic and practical courses, there is a mandatory one-year internship, during which the students will complete directed health program to support, develop, or enhance his role as a public safety and health care provider. A scholarly, written presentation will be completed to synthesize, analyze, and develop solutions to a pre-hospital health care issue or problem. The site of the internship will be within KAMC and other hospitals. Ambulatory experience and ride along are maintained with Saudi Red Crescent Authority.

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