Bachelor of Science in Respiratory Therapy Leading to the Registered Respiratory Therapist credential: the Bachelor of Science Program in Respiratory Therapy is a 2+2 program, meaning the student completes the first two years at any accredited college or university of choice, and the last two years at this university. All 2+2 students begin the program fall semester after completing a core curriculum. The program consists of five semesters and includes classroom and clinical education. Only 18% of therapists have a B.S. in Respiratory Therapy.
Bachelor of Science in Respiratory Therapy Degree Completion Program for RRT’s: the Bachelor of Science Degree Completion Program enables respiratory therapists to earn a bachelor’s degree with minimal disruption to their lives and livelihoods. A bachelor’s degree can increase base pay and enhance competitiveness for positions such as disease or case manager, clinical educator, supervisor, clinical specialist departmental director, clinical sales specialist, and pharmaceutical representative. Approximately a third of respiratory therapists have a bachelor’s or graduate degree. Average salaries for experienced respiratory therapists range from $57,000 to $70,000, depending on job responsibilities, education and location. Download the brochure of the program.
Which courses transfer?
If you are a current student at Augusta University click on the “Transfer Equivalency Guide”. Transferable courses are listed by state, college, and topic. If you have questions after going to the Transfer Course Equivalency page contact the subject department (English, math chemistry, etc.) or the program director of the Respiratory Therapy program (contact below).
Respiratory Therapy students performing
arterial blood gasses
Respiratory Therapy students practicing
intubating on a simulator
Andrew Mazzoli PhD, RRT
Clinical and Digital Health Sciences
College of Allied Health Sciences
987 St. Sebastian Way EC-4318, Augusta, GA 30904