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  Oct 19, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Catalog

Bachelor of Applied Science in Respiratory Care


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Learning Outcomes


A student earning a Bachelor of Applied Science in Respiratory Care will be able to:

  • Develop patient education curriculum using education concepts, learning theories and teaching philosophies.
  • Apprise treatment plans using advanced adult, pediatric, and neonatal Respiratory Care concepts.
  • Interpret and apply fundamental scientific research information within the health care field.
  • Practice team collaboration, leadership, and management skills in a variety of health care settings.
  • Critique advanced practitioner competencies in the delivery of care in specialty cardiopulmonary areas.
  • Demonstrate ethical respiratory care practices for decision making in the delivery of patient care.
  • Provide care that is culturally responsive by considering and respecting multiple dimensions of human diversity.

Program Eligibility


To qualify for admission to Highline’s BAS Respiratory Care Program, eligible applicants must have:

  • Completed a CoARC accredited Respiratory Care program (or its equivalent), in Respiratory Care;
  • Current RRT credential;
  • Official transcripts from an accredited college or university;
  • A cumulative grade point average of 2.0 or better.

Application Process


To be considered for the Bachelor of Applied Science program, prospective students must submit the following: 

  • Completed Highline bachelor “Application for Program Admission” forms;
  • Nonrefundable application fee;
  • Copy of transcript from a CoARC accredited Respiratory Care program;
  • Proof of current RRT credential. 

Important Note


For the most current curriculum information, contact the program faculty.

  • All courses must be successfully completed at a regionally accredited college or university.
  • Any course taken in the BAS major core must be a 2.0 GPA or higher.

Requirements


General Education Requirements (60 credits)


Quantitative Skill Requirements


Social Science Requirements


Choose ten (10) credit hours of lower level Social Science courses from Psychology and/or Sociology.

Science Requirements


Choose ten (10) credit hours of lower level Natural Science courses; minimum of one laboratory course.

Additional Program Requirements


Choose fifteen (15) hours of the following:

  • English - Any 100 level or higher
  • Humanities - Any 100 level or higher
  • Mathematics - Any 100 level or higher
  • Natural Science - Any 100 level or higher
  • Social Science - Any 100 level or higher

AAS Core/Related Credits: 75 credits


Includes Respiratory Care credit towards the AAS degree in Respiratory Care.

Total Program Credits: 180 credits


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