Respiratory Therapy Program
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An associate's degree is earned with successful completion of 70 semester hours of coursework. Graduates are eligible to take national credentialing examinations administered by the National Board for Respiratory Care (NBRC), which include the Certified and Registered Respiratory Therapist credentials (CRT, RRT), Certified and Registered Pulmonary Function Technologist (CPFT, RPFT) and Neonatal Pediatric Specialist (NPS).
To learn more about the Respiratory Therapy Program contact the RT program secretary Becky Olmstead, 440-964-4231, to schedule an appointment (in person or over the phone) with the Program Director.
For academic advising call 440-964-4217 to schedule an appointment with Angella Bradley.