Area of Study: Polysomnography (Sleep Disorders)
Degree/Certificate: Certificate of Proficiency
What is Polysomnography?
A Polysomnographic technologist is a multi-skilled professional who works under the general supervision of a physician or designee to provide comprehensive evaluation and treatment of sleep disorders. The polysomnographic technologist records and analyzes the related data, reporting their technical findings to the physician to aid in rendering a medical decision.
About the Polysomnography Program at Tri-C:
The learning concentration of the program is geared toward the specialties of sleep, medicine, respiratory, neurology and behavioral sciences. This program consists of on-campus didactic instruction and lab, as well as off-campus hands-on clinical application at our affiliated health care institutions.
- Degree: Students may apply credits toward the Respiratory Care or Electroneurodiagnostic program, or meet with an academic counselor to determine if credits apply toward an Associate of Technical Studies degree.
- Application Process: Learn the steps to take to begin this program.
- Polysomnography Program Application
PROGRAM STATUS: The Polysomnography program is FULL for 2014 but you can still apply for summer 2015 at the Western (Parma) campus, as there are no deadlines to apply.
For more information about our graduation rates, the median debt of students who completed the program, and other important information, please visit our website at, www.tri-c.edu/gainfulemployment