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Master of Science in Respiratory Care

Respiratory Care students demonstrate numerous competencies representing all three learning domains: cognitive, psychomotor and affective. Students learn, practice and verify these competencies in a number of settings including the classroom, laboratory and clinic. There is no limit to where respiratory care practitioners work as they perform therapeutic and life support procedures, measure/monitor cardiopulmonary functions in critical care settings, and educate patients and their families about living with lung disease.

$1000 scholarship opportunity. All accepted applicants who apply by October 31 for the Fall 2022 Cohort will be eligible to receive a $1000 one time scholarship award

Fast Facts

  • Our Master of Science Respiratory Care (MSRC) program is one of six (6) entry-level graduate respiratory care programs in the nation.
  • In June 2020, UTMB's Respiratory Care Program was recognized by the accrediting agency (CoARC) at the AARC Summer Forum with a Distinguished RRT Credentialing Success Award.
  • Our student to faculty ratio encourages individualized attention with highly qualified, specialty credentialed faculty. In addition to spacious classrooms with current technology, you will receive training with state-of-the-art equipment in our new Health Education Center that includes a 77-bed simulation hospital with a 10-bed intensive care unit.
  • Since 2007, our program has consistently earned 100% CRT Credentialing Success Rates.

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Department of Respiratory Care
301 University Blvd.
Galveston, TX 77555-1146
O: SHP/SON 3.724
P: 409-772-5693
F: 409-772-3014
E: shprespc@utmb.edu

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