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Why the Online B.S.R.T.?

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The Bottom Line

  • Rigorous program for practicing respiratory therapists with associate degrees

  • Complete coursework online, anywhere, any time

  • $395 per credit hour — plus the potential for financial aid

  • Earn your degree in as few as 12 months

Five Benefits of a B.S. in Respiratory Therapy Online

1. Higher pay.

Practicing respiratory therapists with bachelor's degrees can earn significantly more than those with associate degrees.

2. Career advancement.

A bachelor's degree offers the knowledge and versatility to take on leadership roles in clinical and educational settings.

3. Get ahead of the curve.

A bachelor's degree is quickly becoming the primary credential for respiratory therapists, and the American Association for Respiratory Care encourages all practitioners to advance their degrees. By getting ahead of the field and taking the next step now, you reap the maximum benefits that come with degree advancement.

4. Build your network.

Even in an online degree-completion program, you can form invaluable connections with classmates and instructors that open countless doors in your career.

5. Expand your horizons.

A bachelor's degree not only means advancement in respiratory care, but in the health care field.

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Why Newberry?

  • Enroll without breaking the bank, with our Tuition Promise and tuition assistance partnerships

  • Save time & energy with seamless transfer with a CoARC-accredited associate degree

  • Study on your own time with 100% online classes in South Carolina's only BSRT program

  • Connect with expert faculty with decades' field experience

  • Earn 15 hours of life credit with licensure at no cost

  • Advance your degree & career within 12 months, with fall and spring starts

* Must already hold an associate degree in respiratory therapy at time of enrollment

Newberry College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award bachelor's and master's degrees.

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