Respiratory Therapy at Ohio State is a traditional baccalaureate undergraduate major, resulting in a Bachelor of Science degree in Health and Rehabilitation Sciences.

The program is two years of general studies emphasizing science followed by two years of RT courses which include a variety of clinical experiences and the opportunity to develop specialized and leadership skills.

The Respiratory Therapy major professional coursework begins in Autumn Year three. The professional curriculum is full time, highly structured with academic and clinical courses scheduled in sequence and offered once each year. Each term is prerequisite to the next term.

These courses are recommended electives:
We also suggest pursuing a minor in an area of your interest or studying abroad.