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Bachelor of Science in Respiratory Therapy

With Colby-Sawyer’s online RRT to BSRT program you can further develop and enhance your clinical experience through upper-level courses that integrate the liberal arts and sciences with professional respiratory therapy education.

 

Courses are offered in 8-week semesters and cater to the demanding schedules of the working professional. The option to enroll full-time or part-time allows you to progress through the program at the pace that fits your needs.

Why Colby-Sawyer's RRT to BSRT Degree Program?

  • 100% online
  • Transfer up to 90 Credits toward the 120 required to graduate
  • Receive up to 30 credits for professional licensure and/or work experience
  • Rolling admission with six sessions to choose from
  • 8-week online courses cater to your schedule
  • Academic advisors help tailor your individualized academic plan
  • Submit unofficial Transcripts for transfer credit evaluations before applying
  • Financial aid available

Cost of attendance can be found here.

RRT to BSRT Curriculum - 4 Credits per Course
RNRT 401 Healthcare Research and Evidence-Based Practice
RNRT 403 The Administrative Context for High Quality Care Delivery
RNRT 404 Leadership and Management in Healthcare Systems
RTBS 410 Advanced Topics in Respiratory Therapy
RNRT 486 Capstone Research Project

Powerful Partners

The relationship between Colby-Sawyer and Dartmouth Health dates back to 1981 when the college first began preparing nurses at the baccalaureate level. Since then, Colby-Sawyer students have benefited from nursing clinical placements, internships and various other experiential learning opportunities within the state's largest health system and only academic medical center and Level I trauma center.

Today, with help from support from Dartmouth Health and instruction from career healthcare professionals, Colby-Sawyer is proud to offer a Master of Science in Nursing program to further advance the careers of healthcare workers.