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Mission & Goals

Creighton University Paramedicine Education Mission Statement

The Mission of the Creighton University Paramedicine Education program is to provide high quality Paramedicine Education which will empower individuals to become compassionate, respectful, skilled, and knowledgeable care providers who value education as a lifelong process.

Creighton University Paramedicine Education Vision Statement

  • Creighton University EMS Education will be recognized regionally and nationally for excellence in EMS education, scholarship, and service.
  • EMS instructors will be recognized regionally and nationally as experts in EMS education and as leaders, innovators, and scholars.
  • EMS graduates will be recognized by the EMS community for competence, character and dedication to excellence and they are continually recruited by reputable employers regionally and nationally and are recognized by those employers as the most highly qualified of entry-level professionals.
  • EMS graduates will also be accepted into graduate and professional programs, including schools of medicine, law, and allied professional schools.


Paramedic Program Goal

  • To prepare competent entry-level Paramedics in the cognitive (knowledge), psychomotor (skills), and affective (behavior) learning domains.

Undergraduate Program Goals

  • Demonstrate the ability to comprehend, apply, and evaluate clinical information relevant to his or her role in Paramedicine (cognitive).
  • Demonstrate technical proficiency in all skills necessary to fulfill the role as a Paramedicine provider (psychomotor).
  • Demonstrate personal behavior consistent with professional and employer expectations for Paramedicine personnel (affective).

Graduate Program Goals

  • Demonstrate competency in Paramedicine administration, including human resources management, leadership, planning, communication, clinical care, Paramedicine operations and finance.
  • Demonstrate ability to work effectively and in solidarity across the distinctions of human diversity.
  • Communicate respectfully and effectively through all modes of expression.
  • Combine critical-thinking, discipline research, and effective problem-solving in Paramedicine.
  • Employ ethical decision-making, service, and civic responsibility in accordance with the Judeo-Christian and Ignatian values and those values consistent with the health care professions and Paramedicine in serving as a leader, administrator, educator, mentor, and advocate for the field of Paramedicine.

Contact Us

Department of Paramedicine
Old Gym/Vinardi Center
Corner of 24th and Burt

Fax: 402.280.1288