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Mon Oct 31st 1:00 pm
Fri Nov 4th 9:00 am
Mon Nov 7th 1:00 pm
Wed Nov 9th 1:30 pm
Tues at Nov 15th 9:00 am
Fri Nov 18th 9:00 am
Mon Nov 28th 1:00 pm
Wed Nov 30th 1:30 pm
Mon Dec 5th 1:00 pm
Fri Dec 9th 9:00 am
Tues Dec 13th 10:00 am
Thur Dec 15th 10:00 am

Sessions will be held in the MPC building Room 150.

Call for details:
409.839.2924 or 409.839.2923


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Respiratory Care

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The purpose of Respiratory Care Program is “To prepare graduates with demonstrated competence in the cognitive (knowledge), psychomotor (skills), and affective (behavior) learning domains of respiratory care practice as performed by registered respiratory therapist (RRTs).” A graduate of the two-year instructional program is awarded the Associate of Applied Science Degree.

The Respiratory Care Program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Respiratory Care (CoARC).  Enrolled students completing the program are considered graduates of a CoARC accredited program. www.coarc.com 1248 Harwood Road Bedford, Texas 76021-4244. The program’s outcomes data is located at http://www.coarc.com/47.html.

Applicants are expected to complete the pre-admission courses prior to admission into the program. Completed application form, transcripts and a criminal background screen are to be submitted to the Director of Respiratory Care by April 1 for consideration into acceptance into the program.  Applicants will be notified of a mandatory Respiratory Care orientation session after April 1. 

Specific graduation requirements for the Respiratory Care Program are listed below:

  1. A minimum grade of “C” must be earned in all courses outlined in the program of study
  2. A grade point average of 2.0 must be maintained in all courses submitted on the degree plan.
  3. Take and Pass the comprehensive NBRC CRT and RRT written self-assessment examinations.
  4. Take and pass the WorkKeys Exit examination.

After graduation, passing the entry level examination earns the graduate the title of “Certified Respiratory Therapist” (CRT). After passing the entry level examination, the graduate is eligible to take the Written Registry Examination and the Clinical Simulation Examination offered by the National Board for Respiratory Care (www.nbrc.org).  Passing both of these examinations earns the graduate the title of “Registered Respiratory Therapist” (RRT). Additional information regarding a career in Respiratory Care may be found at www.AARC.org

Advisement is available in the rooms #241, 239 or 238 of the MPC building of Lamar Institute of Technology.

Please contact me if you have any questions at 880-8845 or e-mail gwen.walden@lit.edu