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Neurodiagnostic Technology Program

Achieve an Associate Degree in as few as 17 months

Supporting quality Care is a Career that Matters

Neurodiagnostic Technologists (NDTs) use specialized equipment to look at the nervous system functioning of patients, identifying normal and abnormal electrical activity in the central nervous, autonomic and peripheral nervous systems. As a Neurodiagnostic Technologist, you can support vital health care applications such as diagnosing and treating seizures, sleep disorders, coma’s, brain diseases, strokes, and more.

Neurodiagonstic Technology Associate Degree Program 

Concorde’s accredited Neurodiagnostic Technology associate degree program prepares you for hands-on training to use video and monitoring technologies, run tests to study brain/nervous system, electrode placement, and measuring brain responses. The NDT program is offered in San Bernardino, CA, Memphis, TN and Grand Prairie, TX.

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Have you been thinking about getting an associate degree in Neurodiagnostic Technology? Have you been searching for the right Neurodiagnostic Technology school near you? Your search ends at Concorde, where you can start training in our accredited Neurodiagnostic Technology program for an exciting future in this high-demand healthcare occupation.

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What is Neurodiagnostic Technology

Neurodiagnostic Technology (NDT) is the medical diagnostic field devoted to the recording and study of electrical activity in the brain and nervous system. 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.

What Role Does a Neurodiagnostic Technologist Perform

Neurodiagnostic Technologists can be involved in one or more of the following diagnostic procedures:

  • Electroencephalography (EEG)
  • Evoked Potential (EP)
  • Long-term Monitoring (LTM)
  • Polysomnography (PSG)
  • Nerve Conduction Studies (NCS)
  • Intraoperative Neuromonitoring (IONM).

The Technologist takes the medical history; documents the clinical condition of patients; understands and employs the optimal use of EEG, EP, PSG, and NCS equipment; and applies adequate recording electrodes. Among other duties, the Neurodiagnostic Technologist also understands the interface between EEG, EP, PSG, and NCS equipment and other electrophysiological devices and procedures; recognizes and understands EEG/EP/NCS/sleep activity displayed; manages medical emergencies in the laboratory; and prepares a descriptive report of recorded activity for the interpreting physician.

The responsibilities of the Technologist may also include laboratory management and the supervision of Neurodiagnostic Technologists.

What Traits Can Make a Neurodiagnostic Technologist

Considerable individual initiative, reasoning skill, and sound judgment are all expected of the Neurodiagnostic professional. Neurodiagnostic Technology personnel work primarily in neurology-related departments of hospitals, but many also work in clinics and the private offices of neurologists and neurosurgeons.

As a neurodiagnostic technologist, you can serve a vital role in health care. Concorde helps comprehensively equip you for this broad job scope through hands-on skills training and real-world clinical experiences.

Neurodiagnostic Technology Degree Focusses on Practical Career Skills 

The neurodiagnostic technologist program, helps students apply classroom knowledge from their first day on the job through an emphasis on the following areas:

  • Video recording equipment and monitoring technologies
  • Tests to study brain/nervous system
  • Electrode placement
  • Patient monitoring
  • Measurement of brain response

Neurodiagnostic Technology (Diploma) Program Outcome Data

As reported on 2023 CoA-NDT Annual Report:

Concorde Career Collee - San Bernardino, CA2020202120223-yr Average
Concorde Career Collee - Grand Prairie, TX2020202120223-yr Average

Career Outlook

Where do Neurodiagnostic Technologists Often Work?

As a neurodiagnostic technologist, you may find career opportunities in a variety of health care settings including:

  • Operating rooms
  • Intensive care units
  • Emergency departments
  • Private clinics
  • Patient homes

Note: Concorde does not guarantee employment or subsequent salary.

Financial Aid

As part of our commitment to your success, Concorde ensures that you have access to comprehensive information and guidance in navigating the financial aid process. Concorde offers financial aid and scholarship programs to those who qualify.


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CAAHEP: Continuing Accreditation

The Neurodiagnostic Technology program has been awarded continuing accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP), 9355 113th St. N, #7709, Seminole, FL 33775; 727-210-2350;, as recommended by the Committee on Accreditation for Education in Neurodiagnostic Technology (CoA-NDT), 22 Railroad Avenue, Suite 3, Beverly, MA 01915, 978-338- 6300,

  • Grand Prairie, TX
  • San Bernardino, CA

CAAHEP: Initial Accreditation

The Neurodiagnostic Technology program in Memphis has been awarded initial accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP), 9355 113th St. N, #7709, Seminole, FL 33775; 727-210-2350;, as recommended by the Committee on Accreditation for Education in Neurodiagnostic Technology (CoA-NDT), 355 Hartford Avenue West, Uxbridge, MA 01569, 978-338- 6300.

  • Memphis, TN


Neurodiagnostic Technology Program FAQ

Frequently asked questions and answers.

8 Questions
The Neurodiagnostic Technology (Associate of Applied Science) program at Concorde can be completed in as little as 18 months.
Contact us to find out when the Neurodiagnostic Technology program starts at a Concorde campus location near you.
According to, the Neurodiagnostic technology job field is estimated to grow by 11 percent through 2028. As neurological disorders are still on the rise, more Neurodiagnostic technologists will be needed to help diagnose those medical conditions.
Neurodiagnostic technicians work with neurologists and doctors to use specialized equipment to monitor how well a patient's nervous system is functioning and identify neurological problems. If you're interested in technology and the brain, there's a lot you can learn in this career.
Concorde incorporates real-world training and off-site clinical experiences in our Neurodiagnostic Technology programs.
For program-specific tuition information, please see the campus catalog.
Contact us to find out when the Neurodiagnostic Technology (Associate of Applied Science) program starts at a Concorde campus location near you.
For program-specific tuition information, please see the campus catalog.
  1. Program length may be subject to change dependent on transfer credits and course load. Please refer to current course catalog for more information. Concorde does not guarantee admittance, graduation, subsequent employment or salary amount.

  2. Professional certification is not a requirement for graduation, may not be a requirement for employment nor does it guarantee employment.

  3. Financial aid is available to those who qualify but may not be available for all programs. Concorde does not guarantee financial aid or scholarship awards or amounts.

  4. Clinical hour requirements and delivery may vary by campus location and may be subject to change. Concorde does not guarantee clinical site assignments based upon student preference or geographic convenience; nor do clinical experiences guarantee graduation, post-clinical employment or salary outcomes.

  5. Registration and certification requirements for taking and passing these examinations are not controlled by Concorde, but by outside agencies, and are subject to change by the agency without notice. Therefore, Concorde cannot guarantee that graduates will be eligible to take these exams, at all or at any specific time, regardless of their eligibility status upon enrollment.