Associate of Applied Science in
AAS in Neurodiagnostic Technology Carolinas College Of Health Sciences
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Students with a hunger for solving complex problems and a fascination with the mind's inner workings join our new Neurodiagnostic Technology program. Our program prepares graduates for clinical roles in Electroencephalography (EEG) and provides introductory concepts for Nerve Condition Studies (NCS), Evoked Potentials (EP), and Polysomnography (PSG).
A three-semester certificate or five-semester Associate of Applied Science degree are available. Instruction is provided in a hybrid format, which includes online coursework and face-to-face clinical and laboratory experiences. The Associate of Applied Science degree includes 24 credits of General Studies courses.