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Respiratory Therapy Program at San Joaquin Valley College Named a Top Online Program for Overall Value

Respiratory Therapy Program at San Joaquin Valley College Named a Top Online Program for Overall Value

by Ryan Smith on January 2, 2020

San Joaquin Valley College (SJVC), a family-owned college, is proud to announce that its online Bachelor of Science Respiratory Therapy degree completion (BSRT) program was ranked one of the top online respiratory programs by Intelligent.com. Intelligent.com, an editorially independent research organization and educational website, recently profiled and rated some of the nation’s top colleges and

Posted in News and Events / Online Program / Respiratory Therapy / Respiratory Therapy Bachelor's Degree

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SJVC celebrates first graduating class from Online BSRT program

by Nyla on January 22, 2019

28 students from SJVC’s online Respiratory Therapy Bachelor of Science degree completion (BSRT) program recently made it to the finish line – many of them with honors. SJVC is proud of this first graduating class from the online BSRT program, which launched in June 2017. “They are an exceptional group of students,” says Justin Halligan,

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Is Respiratory Therapy a Good Career for You?

by Raja Tahir on January 25, 2018

Are you interested in training to work as a Respiratory Therapist? Then you’re in the right place – this post is all about a career in Respiratory Care. Five things to consider when deciding to train as a respiratory therapist: What respiratory therapists do on the job Where respiratory therapists (RTs) work and how much

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New Online Respiratory Therapy Bachelor of Science Degree completion program perfect choice for SJVC grad

by Nyla on December 11, 2017

The timing was perfect for Jessica Merrill, who graduated from SJVC’s Respiratory Therapy Associate of Science degree program in Ontario last February and was researching Bachelor of Science – Respiratory Therapy completion programs in order to take her newly minted expertise a step higher. Jessica was enrolled in a state college Respiratory Therapy program that

Posted in Online Division / Online Program / Respiratory Therapy Bachelor's Degree / Student Spotlights

Respiratory Therapists - How to Choose the Right Degree Advancement Program for You

Respiratory Therapists: How to Choose the Right Degree Advancement Program for You

by Nyla on June 28, 2017

As a respiratory therapist, you are on solid career ground. Respiratory therapy positions are expected to grow 23 percent between 2016 and 2026, faster than the average rate for all jobs, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. That’s a fantastic occupational outlook for a career that usually only requires an associate’s degree to

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Online Respiratory Therapy Bachelor’s Degree program now available at SJVC

by SJVC on June 1, 2017

Are you a current Registered Respiratory Therapist (RRT) with an A.S. Degree who would like to complete your Bachelor’s? If so, we’re excited to announce that SJVC now offers a Respiratory Therapy degree-completion program online just for you! Our 15-month Online Respiratory Therapy Bachelor of Science Degree program is specifically for working RRTs who want

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Health Care Jobs in California That Don’t Require a Four-Year Degree [INFOGRAPHIC]

by SJVC on March 28, 2017

According to the Public Policy Institute of California, the state is expected to have a shortage of more than 1.5 million health care workers by 2025¹. Most of these jobs are support positions that require some college or vocational training, but less than a bachelor’s degree — which is good news for anyone looking to

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