No sure of the regulations over in Georgia but here in California Title 22 regulates the basics of the paramedic program. However, many paramedic programs often require your basic EMT classes. I suggest that you look at either a community college or a private college where they have this program. Here in livermore, ca our path is direct. You must have biology, anatomy, EMT certification, and CPR. I also suggest in trying to set up a ride-a-long with a local ambulance company or a fire department if they have a medic area. Here in California you can go two separate ways. The first roadmap is to become a paramedic for a private entity. The second is to become a fire-fighter as many agencies require at minimum to be an EMT now. I hope that helps a little bit more.