Distance Neurodiagnostic Technology Education Program
The online curriculum targets students who do not have access to traditional NDT training programs. The online courses are similar to those offered in our traditional seated program hospital-based courses in that they and require completion of weekly academic and clinical assignments. Academic instruction is done through WebStudy®. Students will have regular contact with Crozer's experienced NDT instructors and can also complete most general education requirements utilizing DCCC’s Webstudy program (Human Anatomy and Physiology courses are not currently offered online at DCCC).
Upon successful completion of the Neurodiagnostic Technology program curriculum courses, students will receive an Associate’s degree in Health Science-Neurodiagnostic Technology from the college and a Certificate of Neurodiagnostic Technology.
Online NDT students are required to perform 10-12 hours per week in a NDT lab under the direction of an ABRET registered EEG Technologist (R. EEG T). Those applying for acceptance will be required to provide documentation of a clinical rotation prior to registering for courses. Clinical instruction is key to the NDT learning process. Approval of clinical sites will be at the discretion of the School of Clinical Neurophysiology faculty on a case-by-case basis. ABRET Accredited laboratories are recommended but not required. To find an accredited lab near you visit ABRET.org or Contact ASET.org