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Help diagnose debilitating diseases through electroencephalograms (EEGs), sleep disorders and multiple other tests regarding the nervous system. This rapidly expanding field is waiting for you. Salaries range from $40,000 at entry level up to $180,000 for those continuing their education and specializing within the field.

What will I learn?

In four semesters and 66 credit hours, you’ll:

  • Complete more than 500 clinical hours under the supervision of field professionals at hospitals in the metropolitan area.
  • Learn about the brain development and electrographic activity of children from premature infants to teens, and about trauma and cerebral vascular accidents in adults.
  • Get firsthand knowledge about new technology that aids in brain research.
  • Know how to analyze and monitor the nervous system in patients with epilepsy, Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease and seizure disorders.
  • Gain confidence in testing disease physiologies and be a pro at the bedside aspect of patient care.
  • Earn an Associate of Applied Science degree.


JCCC’s Neurodiagnostic Technology (NDT) program is one of fewer than 30 programs in the U.S. It’s the only program in the country with a focus on pediatric care, thanks to JCCC's partnership with Children’s Mercy Hospital.

Our program is unparalleled and proven:

  • Hospitals around the country and metro want to hire you upon graduation – of 19 recent grads, 15 were hired prior to graduation by metro facilities.
  • Registered technologists are your mentors and instructors.
  • Only 12 to 15 students are in your classes – more 1-on-1 time with instructors.
  • Your hands-on clinical study is in award-winning area hospitals.


The Neurodiagnostic Technology program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs upon the recommendation of the Committee on Accreditation for Education in Neurodiagnostic Technology.

Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs
25400 U.S. Highway 19 North, Suite 158
Clearwater, FL 33763

Seiko Weber, JCCC Graduate, Neurodiagnostic Technology

“I love how this school has a high quality of education, teachers, specialized tutors and student support system.”

This is a selective admission program. See application procedure.

The need for certified neurodiagnostic technologists is immediate. With an aging population comes more people diagnosed with neurological disorders. The U.S. Bureau of Labor and Statistics named neurodiagnostics a bright outlook profession, with much faster than average growth. Salaries range from $40,000 at entry level to $180,000 for those continuing their education and specializing in interoperative neuromonitoring.

When you earn an Associate of Applied Science degree, you will be qualified for an entry-level position. You’ll work side by side with physicians and healthcare specialists in:

  • hospitals
  • labs
  • clinics

Increase your earning potential with specialized certifications such as:

  • EEG (critical in head injury and epilepsy diagnosis)
  • Intensive care units
  • Intraoperative neuromonitoring in operating rooms
  • Pediatrics
  • Neonatal

Download the Neurodiagnostic Technology Program Outlook (PDF) for employment projections and salary information.

Need help with career decisions? Visit the Career Development Center.

Money matters. JCCC is working hard to make tuition affordable for you.

Here’s what we offer:

Supplies and textbook costs vary depending on your classes.