B.S. Respiratory Therapy, non ISU A.S. or A.A.S.
The Bachelor of Science in Respiratory Care is a completion program for graduates of an associate degree in respiratory care (therapy) from a regionally accredited institution. Idaho State University graduates with an Associate of Science in Respiratory Therapy will complete 29 upper division credits to complete the Bachelor of Science in Respiratory Care. For students transferring from other institutions, transfer coursework will be evaluated course-by-course and credit deficits in general education, lower division, and upper division credits must be completed prior to acceptance to the program.
Program Admissions Requirements
|Completion of an Associate of Science or an Associate of Applied Science in Respiratory Therapy from a regionally accredited college or university.|
Students who have completed an AS from a regionally accredited college or university have their ISU general education requirements waived. Students who have completed an AAS may need to take additional coursework to fulfill ISU general education requirements.
|RESP 4400||Multicultural Health Care||3|
|RESP 4410||Health Care Research||3|
|RESP 4420||Leadership in Health Care Professions||3|
|RESP 4430||Disease Management||3|
|RESP 4440||Caring for an Aging Population||2|
|RESP 4450||Ethics in Health Care||3|
|RESP 4460||Quality Management and Education||3|
|RESP 4470||Disaster Management in Healthcare||3|
|RESP 4480||Patient Health Information and Management||3|
|RESP 4490||Respiratory Care Capstone||3|
|Program Admission Requirements||Varies|
|Upper Division Electives||7|