There are two different curriculum options in Polysomnography. The first option is an AAS program. Admission to the program is based upon completion of all minimum requirements as listed in the application packet through student services. The second is a certificate option where applicants must have a minimum associate degree in an allied health field from an accredited college or university, successfully completed coursework in human anatomy and physiology, and current Basic Life Support (BLS).
Applications are currently being accepted for the program. Complete the Apply Now process and meet with a counselor in Student Services. To see all admission criteria, see the Polysomnography Admission Packet.
Admission to the program is based upon completion of all Minimum Admission Requirements (MAR) by the deadline, the number of vacancies in the program, and the competitive selection process.
Standards for the program are high and the coursework is varied and demanding, which may be challenging for even “A” students. Although it is not necessary, a background in respiratory care or electroneurodiagnostics can be beneficial.
After successful completion of the program, graduates will have met the educational requirements necessary to take the Comprehensive Registry Examination for Polysomnographic Technologists administered by the Board of Registered Polysomnographic Technologists.
The intensity of the courses should not make it difficult for students to work while enrolled in the program.
Qualified students may receive financial assistance to help cover expenses of attending college. To learn more about these financial assistance opportunities, contact the program faculty.
For more information about the Polysomnography program, contact:
Sabrena Rosenbalm MS/RPSGT
(828) 327-7000, ext. 4619
For questions regarding admissions requirements, contact:
(828) 327-7000, ext. 4216