This program of study combines training in the technical and clinical aspects of respiratory care and general education courses necessary to provide the student with the knowledge necessary to give direct patient care to patients with respiratory/cardiac health problems. Upon successful completion of this program, the student is awarded the Associate in Applied Science degree.
The application submission time frame for the Respiratory Care Program is February 1st to May 15th, 2017. The following must be completed by May 17th. Click here to download application.
Positive serology of immunity to Varicella (chicken pox) or immunization.
Complete or started Hepatitis B vaccination series.
Students admitted to the Respiratory Care Technology Program must maintain a grade of “C” or an 80 course average in all respiratory care technology courses and pass all clinical requirements to progress in the program.
WHAT CAN I EARN?
May 2011 Median Pay: $55,250/year; Lowest 10% make $40,600/year; Highest 10% make $74,400/year; growth expected to be faster than the average for all occupations.