Bachelor of Science in Respiratory Care program
Fall 2018 application is now open.
Deadline: June 15
New students for the Bachelor of Science in Respiratory Care degree are admitted one time per year and begin coursework in August.
All application materials, the application fee, official transcripts, and all supporting documents must be submitted to the UT Health San Antonio Office of the Registrar by the deadline.
Students will be allowed to co-enroll in the program while working to complete Texas Core requirements. Students must have all Texas Core courses completed no later than their enrollment for the final semester in the Bachelor of Science in Respiratory Care program.
Bachelor of Science in Respiratory Care applicants must complete the Texas Core Curriculum (42 hours) and Professional Prerequisite courses with a grade of C or better.
- English Composition I and II, 6 semester credit hours
- College algebra or higher, 3 semester credit hours*
- 3 science course with labs, 12 semester credit hours*
- Philosophy, language, humanities or literature course, 3 semester credit hours
- Creative arts course in art, drama or music, 3 semester credit hours
- U.S. History I & U.S. History II, 6 semester credit hours
- Texas State & Local Government & American Government, 6 semester credit hours
- Social/behavioral science, 3 semester credit hours
Certain prerequisite courses will apply toward meeting the Texas Core requirements as indicated below (*). All applicants must complete the program prerequisites listed below and no grade less than C will be accepted.
- Statistics (Math of Psychology Statistics), 3 semester credit hours
- Anatomy and Physiology I with laboratory and Anatomy and Physiology II with laboratory, 8 semester credit hours *
or Anatomy with laboratory and Physiology with laboratory, 8 semester credit hours
- Microbiology with laboratory, 4 semester credit hours*
- Physics, 3 semester credit hours
- Chemistry, 3 semester credit hours*
Additional admission requirements for the Bachelor of Science in Respiratory Care
- Sophomore standing or higher at the time of application (minimum of 60 hours)
- Overall GPA of 2.5 on a 4.0 scale
- Completion of the Allied Health Centralized Application Services
- Payment of the non-refundable application fee
- Submission of official transcripts from each college and university currently or previously attended.
- Applicants who are enrolled in college courses at the time of application should submit an official transcript showing courses in progress. And updated transcript must be submitted upon completion of the courses. Note: Transfer credits indicated on another school's transcript are not accepted in lieu of submitting the original institution record for that coursework.Transcripts from institutions outside the United States must be submitted in the original language and must be accompanied by a NACES Members evaluation agency English translation.
- International applicants only: Submit Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) scores; minimum scores 560 (paper) or 68 (Internet).
After submitting your online application
Once you have submitted your Texas Common Application online, electronically send or mail all required official documentation to:
Office of the University Registrar
Mail Code 7702, 7703 Floyd Curl Dr.
San Antonio, Texas 78229-3900