American Association of Sleep Technologists

TESU – AAST Partnership
Polysomnography Associate Degree Program

Thomas Edison State University has partnered with the American Association of Sleep Technologists (AAST) to offer a special enrollment plan available only to AAST members. This is an exceptional member benefit.

Thomas Edison State University offers a Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs CAAHEP accredited Associate’s degree program in Polysomnography. This is an online program with the exception of two clinical courses, which include a hands-on component. Clinical courses, required only for non-credentialed students, are provided in partnership with accredited sleep centers.

Attention: RPSGT Holders who hold The Registered Polysomnographic Technologist (RPSGT) credential since 2006 are eligible to receive up to 17 credits toward their Associate's degree in Polysomnography. Clinical courses are not necessary for students with an RPSGT credential. Please see the link below for more information:

Thomas Edison State University accepts credits awarded by any other regionally accredited college or university. Thomas Edison State University also offers a number of non-classroom based methods of earning college credit. These options include testing and a prior learning assessment program. This means that you may be closer to completing an Associate’s degree than you think!