Why Respiratory Specialty Practice?
The goal and planned outcome of the Respiratory Specialty Practice Certificate program is to help students working as Registered Respiratory Therapists (RRTs) reach a competency level where they can become board certified specialists in one or more of four specialty areas.
The objective of the Respiratory Specialty Practice Certificate Program is to prepare registered respiratory therapists (RRTs) to document their competency in one of four respiratory care specialist practice areas:
- Adult Critical Care
- Neonatal and Pediatric Intensive Care
- Asthma and COPD Education/Wellness Coordination
- Pulmonary Function Testing
After earning their Graduate Certificate in Respiratory Specialty Practice, students working in these areas are expected to reach a competency level that allows them to become board certified specialists in one or more of these four specialty areas.
- Choose from one of four specialty areas: Adult Critical Care, Neonatal and Pediatric Intensive Care, Asthma and COPD Education/Wellness Coordination, or Pulmonary Function Testing
- The certificate is designed to help students become board-certified RRT specialists
- Program targeted toward working Registered Respiratory Therapists who wish to advance their knowledge and career
- Online program provides a flexible format for working professionals
What you'll study
Complete two of the following:
This program requires successful completion of a minimum of 16 credit hours that meet the degree requirements.