B.S. in Allied Health Technologies (B.S.A.H.T.)
(In partnership with FDU and The Rutgers University, School of Health- Related Professions [SHRP])
Completion of this program will result in a Bachelor of Science in Allied Health Technologies with a concentration in respiratory care awarded jointly between FDU and The Rutgers University, School of Health- Related Professions(SHRP). Students must complete 92 preprofessional credits during their first three years at FDU before applying for acceptance to the professional component at Rutgers for their senior year.
Admission to the professional component at Rutgers University requires:
- A separate application in the fall of the junior year.
- Admission decisions for the professional component are made in accordance with criteria, policies and procedures established by a joint Committee on Admissions and Academic Status and cannot be guaranteed by FDU.
- Students admitted to the B.S. in allied health technologies major must maintain a minimum grade point average of 2.75 in their preprofessional course work.
Upon successful completion of all course work, graduates will receive a B.S. in Allied Health Technologies (B.S.A.H.T.), with eligibility for national certification and state licensure, where applicable.
- Respiratory Care: Respiratory care therapists are health care specialists who participate in the diagnosis, treatment, management, education and preventative care of patients with disorders of the cardiopulmonary system.
For additional information, please contact
Prof. Marilyn R. Rubin,
Associate Director of Allied Health,
Henry P. Becton School of Nursing and Allied Health
Voice: (201) 692-2847