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Respiratory Care Program Curriculum
Traditional Degree Program Curriculum
The Respiratory Care (RC) Program curriculum builds upon a strong foundation of general education science courses. Courses taken within the program are essential to the student’s ability apply scientific theory to the application of respiratory care interventions. The degree requirements include successful completion of 122 credit hours of coursework.
- A complete listing of the courses and course descriptions required for the degree are listed in the College catalog. For quick access select the following link: College Catalog
- Students are encouraged to follow a specific curriculum plan to ensure progressive learning throughout the degree. Specific courses are required to be completed in sequential order to enhance the student’s learning and success within the program. A complete listing of course requirements for RC program can be reviewed by selecting the following link: RC Sample Degree Plan
The Respiratory Care course experience is designed to prepare students to develop the knowledge and skills needed to perform the responsibilities of an entry-level respiratory therapist. Students enrolled in RC courses will experience a variety of learning opportunities through coursework and clinical experiences.