Applicants to the Neurodiagnostic Technologist Program must have completed the following courses with a grade of C or better:

  • BIOL 101: Biological Science 
  • COMM 110: Introduction to Communication Studies 
  • ENGL 151: Freshman Composition or ENGL 151H: Freshman Composition – Honors or ENGL 152: Freshman Composition or ENGL 152H: Freshman Composition – Honors 
  • HUMA 151: Encounter with the Arts 
  • POSC 201: American Government (Federal) or POSC 201H: American Government (Federal) – Honors 
  • PSYC 201: Introduction to Psychology or PSYC 201H: Introduction to Psychology – Honors 
  • ALHE 101: Medical Law and Ethics in Health Care**
  • ALHE 102: Communication for Health Care Professionals**
  • ALHE 103: Body Structure and Function for the Allied Health Professionals**
  • ALHE 227: Medical Terminology
  • NURS 105: Nursing Assistant Training Program or current state certification as a nursing assistant

**Coursework only offered in the fall semester and need Director of Allied Health approval to register.

Applicants must also submit official and up-to-date transcripts from each college attended by the application deadline. Applicants will be ranked by cumulative college GPA.

If you have not yet completed the admissions requirements on the checklist and would like to begin completing those requirements at KCC, please submit a general application and select Neurodiagnostic as your academic program.


Application Instructions

Students who have completed and/or submitted all of the Neurodiagnostic Technologist admission requirements, please:

  • Click the Selective Admission Application button below to access the KCC eForms system
  • Then click “Forms”
  • Then click on the “AM – Admissions Application,” which will give you the option to select and complete the latest Neurodiagnostic Technologist application, available in January 2023

Positive Drug Screen Statement

Students with a positive drug screen will be deemed ineligible to participate in clinical education. Furthermore, as clinical education is a critical requirement of Nursing, Allied Health and Emergency Medical Services programs, the student will be dismissed from their current program of study. Students who would like to be considered for readmission should refer to their program’s policy of readmission and direct questions to the program director.

Neurodiagnostic Technologist Contacts

Chris VandenBerg

Chris VandenBerg

Director, Allied Health