Neurodiagnostic Technology is dedicated to the recording and study of electrical activity in the brain and nervous system. Recording the electrical activity of the brain provides critical information about potential seizures, sleep disorders, or responses during surgery. Neurodiagnostic technologists possess the knowledge, skills, and attributes to obtain interpretable recordings of patients' nervous system function. They work in collaboration with medical researchers, clinicians, physicians, and other health professionals.
Concorde's Neurodiagnostic Technology program can prepare you to enter an exciting new healthcare field helping patients of all ages.
Students in our Neurodiagnostic Technology - (AAS) program earn their Associate of Applied Science degree in 17 months.*
* Program length and degree type may vary by campus.
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