Division: Health Sciences
Department: Respiratory Care
Effective as of Fall 2019
Is Respiratory Therapy for you? It just might be if you love a fast paced work environment that allows you to work as part of a team of physicians, nurses and other health care professionals to manage patient care. Not only will you learn how to assess and treat patients with breathing disorders but you will also learn how to operate mechanical ventilators and provide emergency care of critical patients. As a student you will enjoy working with adults, pediatrics and neonates in local hospitals and intensive care units. Our program has been nationally recognized as having outstanding credentialing rates giving you an excellent opportunity to graduate, become a Registered Respiratory Therapist, and obtain a steady career with excellent wages. So you answer the question. Is Respiratory Therapy for you?
Respiratory Care is a growing profession with opportunities for graduates to work with newborn, children, adult and geriatric patients in hospitals/acute care setting, long-term facilities, home care/durable medical equipment companies and physician offices.
Formal articulation agreements with other colleges and universities indicate how Sinclair programs and courses will transfer to other institutions.
Upon completion of the program, a graduate is considered eligible and qualified to take the certification and registry examinations, and the specialty examinations for pediatrics/neonatology, adult critical care specialist and pulmonary function technology offered by the National Board for Respiratory Care. Additionally, graduates are eligible for a license to practice in states with licensure and/or registration laws.
|ALH 1101||Introduction to Healthcare Delivery||2|
|BIO 1107||Human Biology||3|
|CHE 1111||Introduction to Chemistry I||4|
|ENG 1101||English Composition I||3|
|HIM 1101||Medical Terminology||2|
|MAT 1130 (Allied Health Mathematics) OR MAT 1130 (Mathematics in Health Sciences) OR Ohio Transfer 36: Mathematics Elective||3|
|PSY 1100||General Psychology||3|
|RET 1100||Introduction to Respiratory Care||1|
|RET 1101||Respiratory Care Fundamentals I||5|
|RET 1102||Lab for Respiratory Care Fundamentals I||0|
|RET 1124||Cardiopulmonary Pharmacology I||1|
|RET 1125||Respiratory Care Sciences||4|
|RET 1201||Respiratory Care Fundamentals II||5|
|RET 1202||Lab for Respiratory Care Fundamentals II||0|
|RET 1203||Respiratory Care Clinic I||3|
|RET 1205||Cardiopulmonary Disease Processes||3|
|RET 2250||Pediatrics & Neonatology||2|
|RET 2101||Critical Care I||5|
|RET 1301||Respiratory Care Fundamentals III||2|
|RET 1303||Respiratory Care Clinic II||1|
|RET 2102||Lab for Critical Care I||0|
|RET 2124||Cardiopulmonary Pharmacology II||1|
|RET 2103||Respiratory Care Clinic III||3|
|RET 2201||Critical Care II||4|
|RET 2202||Lab for Critical Care II||0|
|RET 2203||Respiratory Care Clinic IV||2|
|RET 2204||Respiratory Care Clinic V||1|
|RET 2220||Respiratory Care Emergency Preparedness||2|
|RET 2222||Lab for Respiratory Care Emergency Preparedness||0|
The Respiratory Care Program at Sinclair Community College, (Program Number 200121), located on the main Dayton, Ohio campus, awarding an Associate of Applied Science degree, is fully accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Respiratory Care (CoARC - https://www.coarc.com/). For further information regarding the Sinclair College respiratory care program outcomes data, please visit the CoARC website at https://www.coarc.com/Students/Programmatic-Outcomes-Data/ . CoARC accredits respiratory therapy education programs in the United States. To achieve this end, it utilizes an "outcomes based" process. Programmatic outcomes are performance indicators that reflect the extent to which the educational goals of the program are achieved and by which program effectiveness is documented. Upon completion of the program the graduate is eligible for the national credentialing examinations provided by the National Board for Respiratory Care (NBRC). Graduates will also be eligible for a license to practice in the State of Ohio via the State Medical Board of Ohio. In addition, graduates meet the requirements for licensure in other states.