Mission and Outcomes

The mission of the Polysomnography Program is to educate and empower graduates with the
knowledge, skills, and behaviors required to be competent and professional polysomnographic
technologists.

Outcomes

Associate Degree Program

Year Positive Placement Outcome Status within 12 months of graduation.
2011 83.3% 8 of 12 graduates employed.
2 of 12 graduates continuing their education.
2012 84.6% 10 of 13 graduates employed.
1 of 13 graduates continued their education.
2013 45.5% 5 of 11 graduates employed.

 

Certificate Program

Year Positive Placement Outcome Status within 12 months of graduation.
2011 No Certificate Graduates
2012 No Certificate Graduates
2013 100% 1 of 1 graduate employed.

 

Positive placement, as defined by the Committee on Accreditation for Polysomnographic Technologist Education (CoAPSG), means that the graduate is employed full or part-time in a related field; and/or continuing his/her education; and/or serving in the military.