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What are the Requirements?

Neurodiagnostic Technology Institute is open to any qualified student who has a genuine desire to join the allied healthcare field. No qualified person will be excluded from enrollment based on age, race, gender, disability or national origin. Applications should be submitted at least sixty days prior to the first day of class.


School Requirements

To be qualified for the online courses of the Neurodiagnostic Technology Institute program you must meet the following requirements:

  • The applicant must be at least eighteen (18) years old; or, if under the age of 18, a parent or guardian must sign the Enrollment Agreement. All applicants must be at least 18 years old prior to beginning the first course.
  • The applicant must be a high school graduate or have achieved a GED.
  • Official academic transcripts for the highest level of formal education achieved must be provided.
  • A valid government-issued photo identification must be provided.
  • Complete and submit the Application for Admission and pay application fee.
  • Provide official scores from the ACT, SAT, ACCUPLACER, or PERT assessments on an official transcript dated within 2 years of the application for admission. The following applicants are exempt from this requirement:
  • Applicants who possess a college degree at the associate level or higher;
  • An active duty member of any branch of the United States Armed Services; or
    Applicants who entered the 9th grade in a Florida public school in the 2003-2004 school year, or any year thereafter, and earned a Florida standard high school diploma.



Clinical Site Admission Requirements

*The Institute will work with you to identify an approved clinical site for your externship and will help you collect the documents needed to fulfill the Externship Requirements.*


Your Externship gives you a hands-on learning experience under the supervision of EEG Technologists in approved, local, neurological testing facilities. The Institute will help place you in an learning environment which could be located in a hospital or neurological facility. Externship locations have varying needs for health certifications depending on the types of patients they serve. Applicants may be asked to provide some or all of the following documents:

  • Provide a Certificate of Health form signed by a physician which verifies you are/have the following:
  • The ability to walk and stand for long periods of time.
  • Above-average manual dexterity and hand/eye coordination.
  • Good vision and hearing (or correctable to good).
  • The ability to lift 40 lbs.
  • The physical capable to work within a hospital environment.
  • Pregnant students must also obtain a separate health declaration letter signed by an obstetrician.
  • Provide proof of certification in Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers. Information about courses in your area can be found on the American Heart Association website or by contacting your local hospital.
  • Provide proof of current immunizations.
  • Provide a negative drug screening.
  • Pass a background check.
  • Provide proof of health insurance.
  • Some facilities require students to purchase professional liability insurance.

These admission requirements are for your protection and the protection of the patients and employees of the hospitals, clinics, and private practices where you will be learning. Your application will be reviewed once all documents for the Online Course Requirements have been met.


How do I apply?

It's easy. It only takes five simple steps to apply.

Step 1:

Download the Student Catalog

The Neurodiagnostic Technology Institute Student Catalog provides complete details on the admissions requirements, curriculum, and tuition and fees. It is your one-stop source is you are considering the Neurodiagnostic Technology Institute or are ready to apply.

Download the catalog HERE.

Step 2:

Ask questions

If you have questions about the neurodiagnostic technology program or neurodiagnostic technology jobs please contact us at your convenience. We welcome the opportunity to discuss your specific needs and requirements.

Contact us HERE.

Step 3:

Complete the Neurodiagnostic Technology Institute Application

After reviewing the Admissions requirements, download and complete the Application for Admission.

Download the Application for Admission HERE.

Don’t forget to provide:

  • Proof of high school diploma, high school certification, or GED.
  • Sealed, official transcripts.
  • Payment of the $45 non-refundable Application Fee.

Pay $45 application fee.


Or if you prefer the more traditional route, you can always send your check or money order to us directly at the following address:

Neurodiagnostic Technology Institute
1200 Kuhl Avenue, Suite D
Orlando, Florida 32806

Be sure to include the student's name and current telephone number with your payment.


Step 4:

Submit Application Materials

Once your application package is complete, mail or fax it to our office at:

Neurodiagnostic Technology Institute
1200 Kuhl Avenue, Suite D
Orlando, Florida 32806
Phone: 407-601-7832
Fax: 407-674-7988

Step 5:

Complete a basic skills assessment

Once your complete application package has been received, we will provide you with access to you a basic skills test to assess your comprehension and application of math, English, and computer skills. You will need to score at least 80% of the questions on the test correct to move forward through the admissions approval process.

When do I find out?



Admission Review

Your application, required documentation and Application Fee should be completed and submitted in a timely manner. You should also complete the basic skills test that includes math, English comprehension, and computer skills assessment. Admission depends upon the applicant providing complete, accurate, and current admissions information. Records and transcripts received by the Institute become the property of the Institute and will not be returned.

The Institute uses a two-phase approval system specifically designed to minimize costs for applicants. When all the information is complete and has been submitted the admissions committee will review your application. Students are accepted based on successfully meeting the requirements, the availability of an approved clinical site, and the recommendation of the admission committee.



Approval Process

After the admissions committee reviews your application and qualifications you will be assigned one of the following academic standings:

        Approved: Approved status will be granted to applicants who submit a complete Admissions packet in a timely manner and meet the Admission Requirements.


         Denied: Denied status will be assigned to applicants who fail to submit a complete Admissions packet or does not meet the Admission Requirements.
Applicants will be advised of their status via email. Appeals on the decision regarding admission should be made in writing and addressed to the Director of Administration. Appeals will be heard by an administrative committee and may include a personal interview and additional documentation. Once the appeal is reviewed, the committee will render a final decision.

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Phone: 407-601-7832
Fax: 407-674-7988


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1200 Kuhl Avenue, Suite D

Orlando, Florida 32806