- Volume 11 Issue 2
Comparative Analysis on Three-Year Period Curriculum of Emergency Medical Technology of College
3년제 대학 응급구조과의 교육과정 비교 분석 - 2006학년도 시행 교육과정을 중심으로 -
- Kim, Hyo-Sik (Dept. of Emergency Medical Technology Cheju Halla College) ;
- Lee, Young-A (Dept. of Emergency Medical Technology Cheju Halla College)
- Published : 2007.08.31
Purpose: This study was carried out in order to provide the basic data for the curriculum standardization of emergency medical technology by analyzing the three-year period curriculum of 9 colleges. Method: This is the descriptive analysis of the curricular of 9 colleges. The analyzed variables were the distribution, credit, mean, frequency of the liberal arts, majors, clinical and on-the-job(OJT) training courses, and teaching profession subject. Results: 1. The number of whole subjects was 61.0, the number of liberal arts was 10.3, and the number of majors was 50.7. The completion credit was 128.3, credits of liberal arts were 15.5(12.2%), and credits of majors were 112.8(87.8%). 2. The range of credits of liberal arts was 8 to 21, and most of the liberal arts were done in the first year of college. 3. The distribution of the credits of the national examination for the license was as follows; the itemized emergency care subjects were 27.9 credits, the general emergency care was 18.5 credits, basic sciences were 17.7 credits, emergency patient care was 9.5 credits, and emergency medicine law was 3.2 credits. 4. The number of other major subjects were 10.0 and showed even distribution in each semester. 5. The clinical and on-the-job(OJT) training were 4.5 subjects, the credits of completion were 14.9 and these subjects were not in the first year of college. Conclusion: This results will be helpful data for the advanced development and standardization of the new curriculum by keeping pace with the environmental change, competency improvement and the need of the learners of emergency medical technology.