Respiratory Care (BS)

Be a part of patient care

502 Bad Gateway

AS degree in Respiratory Care. The BS degree will further develop your Respiratory Therapy skills and knowledge base in:

  • Medical ethics
  • Pharmacology
  • Advanced sciences
  • Respiratory Care management
  • Current issues in Respiratory Care

Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of the AS or BS degree in Respiratory Care, students will:

  • Be aware of acceptable attrition and retention rates
  • Have confidence in acceptable positive job placement
  • Achieve the NBRC Registered Respiratory Therapist (RRT) credential prior to graduation from the BS program
  • Achieve acceptable credentialing success on the NBRC Certified Respiratory Therapist (CRT) Exam
  • Achieve acceptable credentialing success on the NBRC Registered Respiratory Therapist (RRT) Exam
  • Demonstrate overall satisfaction on the graduate surveys
  • Achieve a satisfactory rate of participation on the graduate surveys
  • Continue your education

    Faculty

    Lacy Patnoe

    Lacy Patnoe

    Respiratory Care Program Director / Assistant Professor

    Mary Reinesch

    Mary Reinesch

    Director of Clinical Education

    Jill Olson

    Jill Olson

    Respiratory Care Clinical Instructor / Lecturer

    Abby Wortman

    Respiratory Care Clinical Instructor / Lecturer

    Zach Wilson

    Zach Wilson

    Respiratory Care Clinical Instructor / Lecturer

    Related Programs

    biology building Biology (BS) exercise equipment Exercise Science (BS) placeholder Analytical Science (BS)