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Polysomnographic Technology Program at Thomas Edison State University

Get educated at a CAAHEP accredited Polysomnographic Technology Program

The Thomas Edison State University Polysomnographic Technology Program is designed to prepare students for professional positions in the field of Polysomnographic Technology in private or public health facilities. The program emphasizes the high standards of the CAAHEP who is responsible for accrediting Polysomnographic Technology Programs. The education and curriculum will emphasize the required topics and teach the knowledge and skills needed to begin working the field of Polysomnographic Technology.

Thomas Edison State University is a school located in Trenton, New Jersey offering allied health programs. The institution has an enrollment of 11701 undergraduate students. The Thomas Edison State University acceptance rate is 100%. Scroll down to see more IPEDs data for this school including student population data, more info and contact details for it's Polysomnographic Technology Programs, and career employment data such as average salary and hourly wage details from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

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Google Review Rating
3.7
Number of Google Reviews
69

Program Information

Degree Type
Certificate
Accreditation Status
Accredited
Accrediting Body
CAAHEP

Career Information

ⓘ Our career data comes from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Average Annual Salary
$55,990
Average Hourly Pay
$26.92
Total Employed
326,220
Data Source: BLS

Contact Information

Program Director
George Evans BS, RPSGT, RST
Address
111 W State St, Trenton, NJ 08608, United States
Website
Zip/Post Code
8608
Social Info

School Information

ⓘ Our school data comes from The Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS)
Tuition & Fees
$7,300
Percent Admitted
100%
Student Population
11,701
Male Students
6,476
Female Students
5,225
White Students
5,946
Hispanic Students
1,135
Black Students
1,667
Asian Students
470
Data Source: IPEDS

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