Admission Requirements

What Are The Requirements?

Neurodiagnostic Technology Institute is open to any qualified student who has a genuine desire to join the allied healthcare field.
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.
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School Admission Requirements:

  1. Must be at least eighteen (18) years old; or, if under the age of 18, a parent or guardian must sign the enrollment application. All applicants must be at least 18 years old prior to beginning the first course.
  2. Must be a high school graduate or have achieved a GED.
  3. Official academic transcripts for high school / GED , and college must be provided.
    1. Foreign Education: Foreign education is defined as education acquired outside of the United States or the District of Columbia. Foreign education must be evaluated by a credential evaluation service recognized by the U.S. Department of Education. Applicants can request an evaluation from a member organization of one of the two national associations of credential evaluation services:
      1. National Association of Credential Evaluation Services (NACES) is an association of 19 credential evaluation services with admission standards and an enforced code of good practice.
      2. Association of International Credentials Evaluators (AICE) is an association of 10 credential evaluation services with a board of advisors and an enforced code of ethics. www.aice‐
    2. The foreign credential evaluation must include/describe:
      1. The type of education received by the applicant;
      2. The level of education in relation to the U.S. education system, and state that its comparability recommendations follow the general guidelines of the International Evaluation Standards Council;
      3. The content of the applicant’s educational program earned abroad and the standard obtained;
      4. The status of the awarding foreign school’s recognition and legitimacy in its home country’s education system; and
      5. Any other information of interest such as what the evaluation service did to obtain this information, the qualifications of the evaluator, and any indications as to other problems such as forgery.
    3. Foreign credential evaluations that do not contain the above information or that state there is insufficient information provided by the applicant on which to base an evaluation will not be accepted. If the requested evaluation shows the foreign education to be legitimate and comparable to that expected of a candidate with U.S. credentials, it may be accepted at the discretion of the Institute.
    4. Credential evaluations are not free and applicants are responsible for the cost of the service. The cost will vary according to the complexity of the case and the amount of documentation provided. Notarized English translations for any non‐English documents must be obtained prior to submitting any documents to a credential evaluation service.
  4. Provide valid government issued photo identification.
  5. Complete and submit the Application for Admission and pay the Application fee.
  6. Provide official scores from the TEAS assessment on an official transcript dated within 2 years of the application for admission.  Applicants must achieve an overall minimum score of Proficient (58.7%) on the TEAS – Allied Health assessment to be considered for admission.  The following applicants are exempt from this requirement:
    1. Applicants who provide official transcripts from a college or university located within the United States may be exempt if their grades are above 70% or a C;
    2. An active‐duty member of any branch of the United States Armed Services.

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:

  • Submit the Certificate of Health form provided by the Institute and signed by a physician which verifies you are physically able to perform the functions of an EEG Technologist.
  • 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 on the form provided by the Institute.
  • Provide a negative drug screening in accordance with the instructions provided by the Institute..
  • Pass a background check in accordance with the instructions provided by the Institute.
  • 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.