Bachelors of Arts/Science in: Applied Studies: Polysomnographic Technology
Students enrolled in this program will earn a BA/BS in Applied Studies: Polysomnographic Technology degree from North Central University. Plus, students will simultaneously earn an AAS from Minneapolis Community and Technical College.
The Polysomnographic (sleep) Technology program will give you the knowledge and skills necessary to perform professional clinical sleep studies. Program graduates will be qualified to take the Board of Registered Polysomnographic Technologists exam and work in independent and hospital-based sleep laboratories. An understanding of sleep disorders and the therapies used to help patients sleep is the basis of the field study. Polysomnographic Technologists perform diagnostic sleep studies and interventions with patients.
Where You Could Work
- Sleep labs
- Research laboratories
- Home healthcare
Potential Job Titles
- Sleep Technologist