The Bachelor’s in Respiratory Care degree program provides students with education in the role of a respiratory care professional. Respiratory therapists provide care for patients with heart and lung disorders in a variety of work places. These can include in nursing centers, physicians offices, home health agencies, specialty care hospitals, emergency rooms, and neonatal nurseries. General Education courses are offered at Marshall University while the respiratory care courses are offered at St. Mary’s Medical Center School of Respiratory Care. This program is accredited by the Committee on Accreditation for Respiratory Care, www.coarc.com.
Graduates will receive their Bachelor’s in Respiratory Care degree along with the eligibility to make an application to the National Board of Respiratory Care for the advanced respiratory care practitioner credentialing examination.
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