The program prepares graduates to take an active role in the maintenance and/or restoration of cardiopulmonary homeostasis. The curriculum includes intensive course work in the supporting sciences and general education courses that provide a foundation in the basic disciplines of writing, mathematics, science, social science and humanities. Classroom instruction is supplemented with learning experiences in the campus laboratory and in area hospitals.
Although hospitals employ the majority of respiratory therapists, other employers include home care providers, medical clinics, nursing homes and industry.
This is a selective admissions program. In order for an application to be considered, students must have:
4 semesters after a student is accepted into the program.
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