Sleep Medicine (Polysomnography)–A45670
Applications are accepted from qualified applicants from September 4, 2018 – January 29, 2019.
BEFORE applying to the Sleep Medicine (Polysomnography) program, an applicant must satisfy the math and PSB prerequisites. Students must also complete any needed developmental Reading or English courses before applying to the PSG program..
An applicant must submit documentation of one of the following before receiving the Sleep Medicine (Polysomnography) application packet:
- An unweighted high school GPA of 2.8+ from a College Prep Curriculum valid within 10 years of enrollment
- Qualifying placement scores or a grade of “P” for DMA 010-080 within the past 10 years.
- MAT 080 with a grade of “C” or higher within the past 10 years.
- RISE placement or transition studies showing mastery of Units 1-12 (Tier 2) within the past 10 years.
- Students who have completed a college approved math course such as MAT 122, MAT 141, MAT 151, MAT 161, MAT 171, or MAT 263 with a “C” or better may meet the math requirement.
Psychological Services Bureau (PSB) EXAM:
•All Sleep Medicine (Polysomnographgy) Applicants are required to take the PSB EXAM. The score report must be submitted with your application. See Step 4 for requirements, study guides, test dates, how to pay and register for the PSB test.
NOTE: Currently enrolled LCC students skip to step 5. If you are not currently attending LCC and are applying to a second Health Sciences program and have already completed steps 1, skip to step 2.
Step 1 and any course prerequisites must be completed before submitting the Intent to Apply form. A confirmation email will be sent indicating your Intent to Apply form was received. If you do not receive an email within 2 business days, contact the Health Sciences Admissions Specialist: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The performance of the program is reflected through program accreditation outcomes as defined by the Committee on Accreditation for Polysomnographic Technologists Education.
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New Bern, NC 28560
The CoA PSG requires that all accredited programs publish at least the following outcome(s): positive placement. Explanations of this measure and program data that correspond with the annual report most recently submitted to CoA PSG are noted below.
Positive Placement Rate – Graduate Survey (2015–2017)
Positive Placement 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.