A sleep technologist will perform sleep studies to assist physicians diagnose and treat patients with sleep disorders.

Upon successful completion of this program, the graduate will be eligible for employment in a sleep related breathing disorders laboratory or a sleep disorders center.

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Polysomnographic Technology Program Book List

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Polysomnographic Technology Syllabi

Admission Application Information

The Polysomnography Technology Program will be admitting a new class January 2018.  The next Polysomnography Technology Program application period will begin May 1, 2017 for entrance into the Spring 2018 class.  Please call 662-621-4830 for more information.


If you have questions please contact: 
Kristina Davis, Program Director at 662-621-4830
Rosdalyn Wallace Seymore, Clinical Director at 662-621-4848