Polysomnographic Technologists perform and score overnight sleep studies which lead to identification and treatment of sleep disorders. The large majority of a PSG Tech’s work is completed overnight. Along with sleep studies, work includes much patient interaction and patient education.
About Our Program
Oregon Tech’s Polysomnography program was the first of its kind, and it continues to lead the way in Polysomnographic education. Our graduates exceed a 95% pass rate of the national board exam (RPSGT) – far above the national average of less than 65%. Graduates have not struggled to find employment and are well prepared for careers in the growing field of sleep.
Students are trained by highly skilled technologists across the nation. Clinical coursework is completed in a fully-equipped accredited sleep lab in or near the student’s residence rather than a typical classroom lab setting.
Students may also want to consider the Associate of Applied Science in Sleep Health or the Bachelor of Science in Health Care Management.
Who is Eligible?
Applicants to this program must meet Oregon Tech’s admission criteria.
Residents of the following states are not eligible for this program:
- New Hampshire
- New Mexico
- North Carolina
It may be possible in the future to allow students from these states to be admitted. Please contact us if you have questions regarding this restriction or are interested in an online program at Oregon Tech but reside in one of these states. Contact by email or phone: email@example.com or 541.885.1142.
Registration & Tuition
You will receive complete instructions for registering after you have been admitted.
As a state-supported university, Oregon Tech offers online degree completion programs at affordable rates. There is no out-of-state surcharge for non-Oregon residents. Current information about tuition and fees can be found under Online Costs. Students who take six credits or more per term may qualify for financial aid.