Applied Studies: Polysomnographic/Sleep Technology at a glance
North Central University’s Applied Studies: Sleep Technology (Polysomnography) program will prepare you to conduct sleep studies in professional clinical settings. When you graduate, you’ll be qualified to take the Board of Registered Polysomnographic Technologists exam. Offered in partnership with Minneapolis Community & Technical College (MCTC), you’ll earn a bachelor’s degree from North Central and an associate’s degree from MCTC while pursuing a fulfilling career in an in-demand field
What sets us apart
Skills you’ll gain
When you graduate from the Sleep Technology program, you’ll be prepared with the skills, knowledge, and hands-on training to:
- Work in independent and hospital-based sleep laboratories
- Understand and analyze sleep disorders
- Utilize therapies and intervention strategies to help patients sleep
- Perform diagnostic sleep studies
As a Sleep Technology graduate, you’ll be prepared for a successful and fulfilling career as a sleep technologist.
You could work in a variety of settings, including:
- Sleep labs
- Research laboratories
- Home healthcare
Minors & supporting programs
We want you to be well-rounded and well-prepared when you graduate, so you’ll have the opportunity to choose a minor or supporting program so you can explore another area of interest. Here are some possibilities:
- Alcohol & Drug Counseling
- Intercultural Studies
- Leadership Development
- Urban Studies
See the full list of minors and supporting programs.
Dale Houghton ‘12
"The student to professor ratio is wonderful. I loved that the professors not only knew who I was, but took a vested interest in my life and career, encouraging me to step out of my comfort zone to advance my career."
All students must complete the General Education Core and Christian Studies Core. General electives may be added or an optional minor may be selected. You need 124 total credit hours to complete an Applied Studies: Polysomnographic Technology degree
Download the one sheet!
Simply fill in your info on the form to download the informational one sheet that covers:
- An overview of the program
- Classes you’ll take
- Exciting jobs you can get after graduation
Interested in earning your degree in Applied Studies: Sleep Technology at NCU?
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