Are you conscientious, tech-savvy and searching for a serious career in the health care field? Do the brain and its functions interest you? Neurodiagnostic Technicians (NDTs) work in hospitals, clinics, doctor’s offices and research centers using sophisticated technology to capture information that helps physicians to identify and diagnose brain and nerve-related conditions like epilepsy, strokes and multiple sclerosis. You can complete OCC’s associate degree program in about 22 months and start a career in this prestigious and well-paying field. Neurodiagnostic technicians working in high-population, urban areas of California earn a median income of $125,600. Read on to learn more about our program.
A sampling of courses for these careers
Did you know?
Projected employment for neurodiagnostic technicians in California is expected to grow 26 percent through 2024, much faster than average, according to O*Net Online.
Earn an associate degree, and you’ll be well-prepared to enter a career in neurodiagnostic technology, or keep up with advancements through our certificate upgrade program.
In less than 2 years
you can earn:
Certificate of Achievement
Build on your certificate
of achievement with a:
Certificate of Specialization
Or earn your
in under 4 years
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Did you know?
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, people who have a certificate as
their highest level of education earned, on average, 20 percent more than
those whose highest education level is a high school diploma.
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