Respiratory Care


The BSRC Program at Texas State offers an opportunity to specialize in an area that is of particular interest to the RC student. These areas include acute care, intensive care, pediatrics, neonatology, emergency room care, transplant ICU specialty, home care, extended care, pulmonary rehabilitation, diagnostic testing, research, education and polysomnography (sleep studies). Although each student is trained as a “generalist” in all these areas, the area of special interest can be chosen for a specialization to begin a career in Respiratory Care.

Program Requirements

Review the admission requirements for all TXST Respiratory Care programs including the Bachelor of Science in Respiratory Care, the RRT to BSRC completion program, and the Master of Science in Respiratory Care.

Student Admission Profile

View statistics from previous cohort(s) regarding what a typical "admitted" student to the program looks like.

For Additional Information

Please visit the Department of Respiratory Care website.