This program prepares the students as an entry level neurodiagnostic technologist. In the classroom setting the students will explore anatomy, physiology and pathophysiology of neuroscience, legal and ethical concepts of healthcare, safe and effective care environment, and professional standard of practice in preparation for their clinical experience and career.
Throughout the program in a patient-centered care setting the students collaborate as a member of the health care team, integrate latest research into practice, apply a variety of methods to communicate effectively, utilize critical thinking skills to ensure safe environment for patients, evaluate neurodiagnostic tests and practice within the ethical and legal realm of the neurodiagnostic profession.
This is a selective admission program with limited enrollment. Prospective students are encouraged to visit the program website or contact JCCC program personnel for additional information and application materials at 913-469-2583.
Students must “pass” all clinical courses and maintain a grade of “C” or higher in all non-clinical courses to remain in the program.
(Major Code 207A; State CIP Code 51.0903)
Associate of Applied Science Degree
Prior to beginning professional courses:
|BIOL 144||Human Anatomy and Physiology*||5|
|ENGL 121||Composition I*||3|
|EMS 121||CPR I - Basic Life Support for Healthcare Provider||1|
|NDT 125||Introduction to Neurodiagnostic Technology*||4|
|NDT 130||Foundations of Neurodiagnostic Technology*||3|
|NDT 135||Pediatric Neurodiagnostic Technology I*||5|
|NDT 140||Adult Neurodiagnostic Technology I*||4|
|NDT 145||Pediatric Neurodiagnostic Technology II*||4|
|NDT 150||Neurodiagnostic Clinical Correlates*||2|
|NDT 155||Neurodiagnostic Clinical I*||4|
|NDT 230||Adult Neurodiagnostic Technology II*||3|
|NDT 240||Neurodiagnostic Clinical II*||4|
|NDT 245||Neurodiagnostic Related Modalities*||3|
|NDT 250||Neurodiagnostic Program Capstone*||3|
|NDT 255||Polysomnography Clinical*||6|
Total Program Hours: 68