College Credit for Credentials
Neurodiagnostic Technologists have a defined college degree path!
We are working with several colleges who will accept the R. EEG T. credential for college credit.
|Lansing Community College and Kellogg Community College have agreed to award 30 college credits for the R. EEG T. credential. For more information see the chart below and please contact Amy Lee, Ed.D., RT(R)(MR) Director of Collaborative Programs/MiRIS Director at 269-830-7662.
|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|
|R. EEG T. Credential||30|
|Total for AAS Degree||60|
Charter Oaks accepts college credit for ABRET credentials! For more information please click on the links below.
Linda Wilder, Director, Prior Learning Assessment
|Crozer-Chester Medical Center will also be accepting the R. EEG T. credential for college credit. The degree path will include an associate degree option through Delaware County Community College. 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 MC and Widener University. For questions contact Vicky Sexton at 610-447.2915.|