Polysomnography

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Polysomnography
Typical First Term
BIO 200 Medical Terminology
ECHO 227 Basic ECG Recognition & Testing
PSG 211 Fundamentals of PSG & Patient Care
PSG 221 Physiology of Sleep
Sleep Disorders Pathology
Sleep Disorders in Women
Clinical PSG Tech I
Typical Third Term
PSG 264
PSG 273
RCP 120
PSG 291
Pediatric/Neonatal PSG
Clinical PSG Tech II
Interventions in Gas Exchange
Clinical Sleep Educator*
*This course exceeds the minimum requirements to obtain the designation of Clinical Sleep Educator.
For more information, please contact
Polysomnography curriculum
Dr. Jane Perri, Program Director
[email protected]
937-750-5416
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Start Terms: Fall, Winter, Spring and Summer
Application Deadline: 90 days prior to the start
date
Additional Requirements: Students must meet
Oregon Tech’s standard admission requirements.
Students must also complete a background
check and provide the following information/
documentation: CPR certification, health status,
proof of health coverage or insurance, Hepatitas-B
vaccine, a drug screen if required by the clinical
site.
Program Costs: Tuition is currently $214 per
credit. There is a $60 fee for each class. The total
cost of tuition and fees for the certificate is just
under $10,100. The cost of books and supplies is
additional. Tuition and fees are reviewed each year
and are subject to change.
Typical Second Term
PSG 231
PSG 246
PSG 272
Program Length: 9 months
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The Polysomnographic Technology Certificate Program combines
online courses with hands-on clinical experience. All clinical
experience will be completed in an accredited sleep lab in the student’s
hometown. Upon completion of all required coursework and clinical
hours, students will be required to travel to our campus in Klamath
Falls, Oregon (or to an alternate site in Dayton, Ohio) for one day.
On this day, students will complete final written assessments and a
practical exam in preparation for the national boards to obtain the
RPSGT credential
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Clinical Courses: Students must complete 540
clinical hours (18 college credits). We ask that
ALL potential applicants contact the Program
Director prior to applying; she will explain how
the internship sites are set up. There must be an
accredited sleep clinic in your area where you can
obtain hands-on training.
To Apply: To apply for admission, complete and
Application process
Michelle Martin
[email protected]
541-885-1165
submit a Distance Education Application for
Admission and a Statement of Acknowledgement.
(Both available at www.oit.edu/online/apply)
www.oit.edu/online/psg
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