Neurodiagnostic Technology (NDT)
Students must be admitted into the program in order to enroll in any NDT course.
2024 Application Period begins February 1, 2024.
- 2024 Final Application Deadline is June 1, 2024.
Program begins Fall 2024.
How to Apply
- Be fully admitted to Alvin Community College with official transcripts on file. If you are a first-time college student or transferring to ACC, visit the Steps to Getting Started for a complete overview of the admissions process.
- Apply to the Neurodiagnostic Program. Click here to apply!
What You Need to Apply:
To be considered for the Neurodiagnostic program, the applicant must:
Complete Prerequisite Courses
Provide proof of college credit for the following courses with a minimum grade of a 'C' no later than the summer semester of the application year:
- ENGL 1301 - Composition I
- BIOL 2401 - Anatomy & Physiology I
- BIOL 2402 - Anatomy & Physiology II
- MATH - Select from Math Core Curriculum
Apply to the Neurodiagnostic Program
- Applications accepted February 1 through June 1
- Submit official college transcripts to the Alvin Community College Registrar
- Immunization record showing at least 2 or 3 shots completed in Hepatitis B series or titer blood test showing immunity
- Fill out and submit a program application through ConexEd.
Wait to be contacted by the department. Please be patient. It can take several weeks for admission applications to be processed. We will contact you by email regarding your application's status.
A condition of admission is based on completion and/or submission of the following:
- Proof of person health insurance
- Passing a drug screening
- Physical examination
- Immunization record showing: Completion of Hepatitis B immunization series (may take up to 6 months), MMR, TDaP, TB, Varicella, Meningitis (required for students under the age of 22), and Influenza (please note: a titer may be required for some of these immunizations)
- Cleared criminal background
- Attend program orientation
PLA - Prior Learning Assessment
Credit may be awarded toward the AAS degree if the student meets the department requirements.
Registered by ABRET with a minimum of 2 years full time experience in Neurodiagnostic Technology.
Non-registered Neurodiagnostic Technologist with a minimum of 3 years full time experience in Neurodiagnostic Technology.
- The Neurodiagnostic students will abide by the admission and curriculum requirements of the Neurodiagnostic Department at the time they are admitted or re-admitted to the program.
- Once a student has enrolled in the Neurodiagnostic Program, all Neurodiagnostic courses must be completed in the proper sequence as shown in the catalog and degree plan.
- No grade below a C is acceptable.
- Only two (2) attempts to pass a course will be permitted, an attempt is defined as a course in which a grade of D or F is recorded on the transcript.
- Students must complete the program within four (4) years of initial acceptance.
COLLEGE & CAREER PATHWAYS
Neurodiagnostic Technology is part of our Health Career Pathway. Click the box below to see other Health programs that may interest you.