BACHELOR OF SCIENCE ~ RESPIRATORY THERAPY (RRT-BSRT)

Online Completion Program

 

Take your professional career to the next level by completing a Bachelor of Science degree in Respiratory Therapy at St. Louis College of Health Careers.RT_student As the Respiratory Therapy field continues to grow, individuals with higher education are in demand.

Our bachelor's program is specifically designed to provide convenient, online curriculum presenting the latest techniques and trends needed to succeed in today's professional environment. Applied learning and personalized attention will help you progress quickly towards achieving your bachelor's degree.

 

As a student in our online program, you will not only explore diverse, complex topics such as neonatal care, pediatric care, advanced mechanical ventilation, and critical care medicine, but you will understand the economic, managerial, legal, and ethical perspectives that arise from the field. Our online bachelor's degree program allows you to work on your assignments and projects virtually anywhere you have access to the internet. Students enrolled in the online degree program can expect coursework to include: interactive seminars, online quizzes, discussion boards, and active learning research.

 

Your prior education and experience combined with our expert faculty and staff will help you successfully achieve your next goal towards quickly obtaining your Bachelor of Science in Respiratory Therapy at St. Louis College of Health Careers.

Goal of the Program

The primary objective of the Bachelor of Science- RRT to BSRT Program is to enhance the knowledge and abilities of a Registered Respiratory Therapist (RRT) in the realms of administration-management, advanced clinical leadership, education, and research to help prepare them for more advanced roles in Respiratory Therapy.

Why is a Bachelor's Degree important?

The American Association for Respiratory Care (AARC) has recommended that the Commission on Accreditation for Respiratory Care (CoARC) "change the standard to require all accredited programs after 2020 to offer a baccalaureate degree in respiratory therapy" (Respiratory Care Magazine, Vol. 56, May 2011). In addition, the Bureau of Labor Statistics expects the field of respiratory therapy to grow by 19% by 2022. With the push for higher education from the AARC combined with the expectancy of an increase in jobs, a Bachelor of Science Degree from St. Louis College of Health Careers will breathe new life into your career and future.

 

 

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