Minimum academic expectations for all applicants are:
- Evidence of graduation from an accredited high school or completion of a GED with a minimum standard score of 450 for each test
- Overall GPA of 2.0 or higher
- Strong foundation in reading, writing, math, and science
Applicants whose native language is not English and who have not graduated from an American high school should achieve no less than 100 (Internet-based exam), 600 (paper), or 250 (computer) on the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) examination.
No specific coursework is required; however, some level of college success in math, science, computer, and/or writing is strongly preferred if no prior related work experience
In order to be accepted into the Neurodiagnostic Technology Certificate program, applicants must meet the general College admission requirements, AND complete the following:
- All official transcripts must be submitted
- Attend an information session webinar
- Submit an essay
- 300-500 words on why NDT is important in medicine today and why you wish to pursue this field.
- If you have related work experience, you may also use your essay to describe your experience with this field.
- Essay is waived for applicants with a bachelor’s degree or higher; degrees are verified and essay requirement removed upon receipt of college transcript.
- Visit a clinical site and complete the Site Visit and Interview Confirmation Form and the Clinical Site Visit Verification form