College Credit for Credentials
Neurodiagnostic Technologists have a defined college degree path! Don't miss out. Find out how your credential will transfer as college credit.
We are working with several colleges who accept professional credentials for college credit. Apply today and allow your credential (R. EEG T. or other) to advance your standing. You may only need 21-30 credits more (enroll in 7-10 courses) to earn an associate's degree. If you already have some college, you may have even more transferable credit.
Some colleges offer a Bachelor's degree track and accept additional credits for multiple credentials. All courses are offered online.
|Baptist Health Sciences University||
Maggie Marsh-Nation, PhD, R. EEG/EP T., CNIM, FASET
Baptist Health Sciences University is offering a new, fully-online, bachelor's degree program. This offer is available to those who enroll with and associates degree. Those who have an AS in NDT can transfer in and receive credit for credentials. The AS program is online, with three weeks of intensive college labs and clinical rotation. Their AS program is also ABRET recognized.
Connecticut's public, fully-online college reviewed ABRET credentials and has recommended college-level credit for the credentials R. EPT., R EEG T., CNIM. College credit is available from Charter Oak for holders of these credentials. Those with credentials issued or valid during the effective periods for the credit recommendations are eligible to apply for the credit.
For more information about using your Neurodiagnostic credits or credential toward an Associate or Bachelor's degree at Charter Oak State College, please call Admissions at 860.515.3701 or contact email@example.com.
Delaware Country Community College & Widener University
Crozer-Chester Medical Center accepts the R. EEG T. credential for college credit. The degree path will include an associate degree option through Delaware Community College.
Do you have more than one credential? Find out more about the Bachelor's and Master's degree options through an articulation agreement for 51 credits (for two credentials) between Crozer-Chester and Widener University.
|University of Holy Cross||Barbara Wizer, M.D.
Amy Lee, Ed.D., RT(R)(MR) Director of Collaborative Programs/MiRIS Director
|Several colleges within the Michigan Consortium offer the credit for the credential benefit.|
Complete your accelerated bachelor's degree ONLINE in Neurodiagnostic Technology with Siena Heights University!
No clinical coursework required. Save thousands in tuition costs by transferring up to 90 CREDIT HOURS which may be awarded for hospital program completing, military training, associate's degrees, work experience and advanced neurodiagnostic credentials. Most students complete their degree in as few as 10 CLASSES!
Learn more here.
General Education Courses
|Class Code||Course Title||Credits|
|ENGL 121||Writing: English Comp.||4|
|COMM 110||Communications: Oral Communication in the Workplace||3|
|SOCL 120||Global: Introduction to Sociology||4|
|BIOL 145||Science: Introduction to Anatomy & Physiology||4|
|MATH 119||Math: Math Application for Living||4|
(May test out of or apply for experiential learning credits for the courses below)
|*CHSE 120||Medical Terminology||*4|
|*PSYC 200||Introduction to Psychology||*4|
|Transfer||R. EEG T. Credential||30|
|Total for AAS Degree||60|