three students standing in front of Paramedic Ambulance

Students in Paramedicine earn an Honours Bachelor of Science degree and an Ontario College Diploma while learning from leading academics and professionals. Unique in Canada, the program is grounded in the fundamentals of life science and focuses on the critical thinking, research and laboratory experience needed to save lives. Students examine and are immersed in the spectrum of emergency medical, trauma and psychological situations faced by today‚Äôs healthcare professionals. The program prepares students for the Ontario Ministry of Health Advanced Emergency Medical Care Attendant (AEMCA) exam and positions graduates for advanced careers in the field of emergency medical services.

Get a head start on your career by combining the best in university and college education. The University of Toronto and Centennial College joint programs offer exceptional faculty at the forefront of their fields and real experience in cutting-edge environments.

For more information about entry requirements and application procedures, contact Admissions and Student Recruitment at:

For more information, please contact Sean Ramrattan:

or Sayilaja Kalaimohan Joint Programs Coordinator:


Please Note: The Specialist (Joint) Program in Paramedicine has been moved from the department of Biological Sciences to the department of Health & Society. This will have no effect on the courses delivered.