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Counselors and dedicated respiratory care faculty advisors will be assigned to students enrolled in the Bachelor's Degree Program in Respiratory Care. These counselors will work with the students by reviewing program graduation requirements and the results of the degree audit report. Students enter the program as a cohort, thus semester-by-semester course work is pre-established. As such, counselors work with students to develop individual educational plans that incorporate these courses and any other courses the student needs to meet program graduate requirements.
Bachelor's Degree Program in Respiratory Care:
Phone: (209) 575-6914
Email: Respiratory Care
Respiratory Care Program Director
Respiratory Care Counselor
For information on the MJC Associate’s Degree Program in Respiratory Care, see the MJC catalog or the Associate’s Degree Program in Respiratory Care Website.