Bachelor's of Science in Respiratory Care
- 100% Online Program
- Complete BSRC degree in as little as four semesters
- Prepare for a role in management, education, or research
- Enjoy low-cost regional campus tuition rates
Building upon the foundation of an associate degree in respiratory therapy, Kent State University at Ashtabula’s Bachelor of Science in Respiratory Care is the solution for both students completing an associate degree and working respiratory therapists that wish to expand their career options. Our accredited completer program is offered in an accelerated format that offers 7-week courses and is completely online. Applications are now being accepting and students may apply online for admission to Kent State Ashtabula.
Students enrolled in the program benefit from:
- The ability to work while taking online courses
- Courses developed following the AARC’s “2015 and Beyond” competency guidelines
- Up to 41 semester hours of credit for coursework completed in an accredited associate degree program
- A clear “program roadmap” that shows required classes to earn your degree
A Bachelor’s degree is earned with successful completion of 39 semester hours of upper division course work. The Bachelor of Science in Respiratory Care degree program is designed to prepare qualified graduates of associate degree programs with the necessary knowledge and skills for a role in management, research, teaching, and more. In addition, the program uses best practices to teach leadership skills, disease management, and sleep medicine specializations to enhance students’ practice of respiratory care.
How to Apply
Interested students can apply to Kent State Ashtabula online through the regular admissions process. Grants, loans, and scholarships are available to qualified students.
Apply now! This program offers rolling admissions - start in the spring, summer, or fall.
To learn more about the BSRC degree contact the RT Program Director Yvonne George, email@example.com, 440-964-4308
Kent State University at Ashtabula accepts all college level courses from regionally accredited institutions. If you are unsure of your current schools accreditation, there are a number of places you may be able to locate this information. They are: your school's website or school catalog, your transcript or the school's Registrar's office. For additional information about accreditation and/or credit transfer visit our Credit Transfer page at: http://www.kent.edu/credittransfer