Gregg Marshall, Ph.D., RRT, RPSGT, RST, FAARC
Welcome to the exciting world of Respiratory Care! The Department of Respiratory Care at Texas State University with 9 full-time faculty--of which 6 are doctoral prepared--and 12 adjunct clinical faculty is here to assist you in completing your Bachelor of Science in Respiratory Care (BSRC) degree or your Master of Science in Respiratory Care (MSRC) graduate degree. The BSRC program offers a traditional campus-based program for Entry-Level Respiratory Care qualifying graduates to sit for the Registered Respiratory Therapist (RRT) national credentialing exam for entering practice. Our BSRC online program for graduates of associate degree Respiratory Care programs who have already earned the RRT national credential is totally online and allows the working therapist to continue working/living in their home town while completing the BSRC degree. The MSRC graduate program is also an online degree program and provides students with advanced knowledge in Respiratory Care with the choice of two areas of concentration--Leadership or Polysomnography.
Whether you are a traditional student seeking to enter the world of Respiratory Care, a therapist who has completed an Entry-Level associate degree program desiring to complete a BSRC degree online while you work, or a bachelor's degree RRT with career advancement in mind looking for an outstanding online MSRC degree program, Texas State University has a program to meet your academic needs. Our dedicated faculty have a single goal---to see you become a successful therapist with the highest degree you desire to accomplish your career plans.
The Texas State University Respiratory Care Program offers the Entry-Level Bachelor of Science in Respiratory Care degree on the Round Rock campus in Round Rock, Texas and is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Respiratory Care (http://www.coarc.com).
Commission on Accreditation for Respiratory Care (CoARC)
264 Precision Boulevard
Telford, Tennessee 37690
Dr. Marshall has taught at Texas State in the Department of Respiratory Care since 1980 and became the chair in 2003. He can be reached at (512)716-2682 or at DocG@txstate.edu.