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

Polysomnographic Technology Program Student Cost

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Admission Application Information

The application period for the Polysomnography Technology Program for the Fall 2019 class is now closed.

The next application period is tentatively set to be available August 2020 for the next class which will begin January 2021.

For further information please contact:

Kristina Davis, Program Director at 662-621-4830 or kdavis@coahomacc.edu


Rosdalyn Wallace Seymore, Clinical Director at 662-621-4848 or rwseymore@coahomacc.edu