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Bachelors Degree in Respiratory Care at Skyline College

Beginning fall 2016, Skyline College will offer a Bachelors Degree in Respiratory Care. Students are admitted by special application, once a year, in the fall term.

Completion of a minimum 30 units of the CSU General Education pattern prior to program start is part of the required eligibility to the Bachelors Degree in Respiratory Care.

Students admitted to Skyline College's Bachelors Degree in Respiratory Care, who have completed coursework at colleges and universities outside of the San Mateo County Community College District (Cañada College, College of San Mateo or Skyline College), should submit official transcripts from all their previous schools to Skyline College's Admissions and Records Office.

They should then request an official evaluation of that coursework from the SMCCCD Transcript Evaluation Service within the first weeks of their first term of enrollment at Skyline College. Completed lower division, degree applicable coursework is reviewed, analyzed, and applied, as appropriate, to the minimum 30 units of the CSU General Education pattern required for Skyline College's Bachelors Degree in Respiratory Care.

Transcript Evaluation requests are submitted through the student's WebSMART account. The evaluation is then viewable in Degree Works™ and serves as the official response from the district.

Visit Skyline College's Bachelors Degree in Respiratory Care for information about the degree or contact Dr. Ijaz Ahmed, Director of Respiratory Care and Allied Health at (650) 738-4457 or ahmedi@smccd.edu.