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Respiratory Therapy

Respiratory therapy is a rapidly growing profession. To meet this demand, the University of Cincinnati has created an online degree program offering working respiratory therapists and new graduates a way to earn a Bachelor of Science in respiratory therapy.

Having a bachelor’s degree in respiratory therapy provides a pathway for students to move into leadership roles in education, research and management. The degree prepares students for coveted opportunities in graduate school. Graduates will be in an excellent position to take advantage of hospital-instituted clinical ladders and have a competitive advantage when applying for leadership positions. 

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