Interested in working in the medical field but not sure if you can handle working with bodily fluids and giving shots?
Become a Respiratory Therapist (RT) and make great money helping people!
Combining our Credit-by-Examination Fast Test Prep Program with an online college respiratory therapy program will allow you to complete the RT program in as little as 20 months.
Respiratory care is a professionally and personally rewarding career with a balanced blend of technology and patient interaction. As an important member of the health care team, they work under the medical direction of doctors to treat all types of patients with heart and lung disorders.
The demand has never been higher, so job stability is excellent. Continued growth in biomedical technology ensures the field will never get boring. As a respiratory therapist, you can help people and make a lasting and meaningful difference in the lives of others.
Great Pay and Job Outlook
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the mean salary for respiratory therapists in 2014 was $58,490. In addition, the job outlook is projected to grow 19 percent through 2022, faster than the average for all occupations. Some RT’s earn in excess of $75,000. A career as an RRT can also lead into other opportunities.
Respiratory Therapy Program
This respiratory therapy program can be completed in as little as 20 months, quicker than most occupations in the medical field.
Credit-By-Examination Fast Track Program
With our program you’ll be able to test-out of many of the required college classes instead of taking them. This means you can get the same credit for full semester long courses in as little as 4 weekly test prep sessions and taking one exam. You even get to skip all that college homework, quizzes, and group projects.
Local and Virtual Classes
You can attend the test prep classes at one of our 69 local campuses or take the same classes virtually, online with live teachers. You get the convenience of learning from home but still get the same interaction with live teachers and other students that you would in a local class.