Degree Type: Bachelor of Science in Respiratory Therapy
The RRT to BSRT Completion Program is designed for individuals who have graduated from a CoARC accredited institution with associate degree in Respiratory Therapy and have passed the NBRC Registered Respiratory Therapy (RRT) examination. Because the student is required to be a Registered Respiratory Therapist before being accepted into the program, up to 18 semester hours of block credit will be granted for the RRT credential that will go toward the BSRT degree. All students must meet the University of Mary upper division requirement that requires students to take 44 hours of 300-400 level course work for the B.S.R.T. degree.
To gain admission in the RRT to BSRT respiratory therapy program, a student must hold an Associate of Science (or equivalent) in Respiratory Therapy from a CoARC accredited institution of higher education. Students must also hold the RRT credential and have a cumulative GPA of 2.50 or higher, with a GPA of 2.75 or higher in the respiratory therapy courses transferred in.