The Master of Science in Respiratory Care degree program begins in August 2015 and is designed to prepare applicants for advanced-practice in respiratory therapy. The two-year program produces graduates who are multidimensional and prepared to contribute solutions to the challenges that face our health care system. For full admission requirements, please see the Master of Science in RC Application & Admission Checklist.
For additional information, please contact the Office of Admissions and Special Programs at 210-567-6220/Toll-Free 1-866-802-6288 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Application for admission to the Bachelor of Science in Respiratory Care program may be completed via the Texas Common Application.
A maximum of 30 full-time students are admitted to the Bachelor of Science in Respiratory Care program each year. Admission is on a competitive basis. In addition to non-academic factors that may be considered, the basis for inviting an applicant for an interview includes the applicant's academic performance represented by coursework grades, load, trends, and degree of difficulty. Note: All Texas Core Curriculum and program prerequisites must be completed before the fall semester of enrollment in the program.
Individuals holding the RRT credential may be eligible to receive 33 semester credit hours based on the RRT credential. Such individuals must enroll in and complete a minimum of 31 semester hours of coursework at the Health Science Center and must complete all Texas Core Curriculum courses before beginning the Bachelor's Online Program.
To learn more about the application and admission requirements for the Respiratory Care programs, contact the School of Health Professions Office of Admissions and Special Programs. It is your “one-stop-shop” for information. They offer admission services and provide timely, appropriate information to prospective students and applicants.