About the Neurodiagnostic Technology Program
Carroll offers this program in partnership with Advocate Aurora Health. Students attend Carroll for two years followed by two years of courses at Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center in Milwaukee. During the first two years, students complete the Pioneer Core, Carroll’s general education requirement, along with hospital prerequisites. This allows students to explore classes in humanities, social sciences and natural sciences and has a cross-cultural piece in which you learn about people and cultures different from you. At Carroll, you will build real-world skills like communication, problem-solving and innovative thinking. As an NDT major, you will receive individual support from our health and medical sciences advisor.
When you take courses at Advocate Aurora Health, you will learn about NDT theory – and gain valuable clinical experience by working with their medical experts.
The NDT program prepares you to take three of seven professional exams, which will greatly increase your career options. Currently less than 1% of NDT professionals nationwide hold three registrations and a bachelor’s degree in NDT. Because Neurodiagnostic Credentialing and Accreditations are international, graduates may have job opportunities across the world.
In addition, if you pass the first exam after your first year of clinical study, you will be qualified to work and earn money while you finish school.