Lansing Community College

Overview

Neurodiagnostic Technology (NDXT) program is also referred to as Electroencephalographic (EEG) Technology. It is a consortium program hosted by Michigan Colleges Online (MCO). It is part of the Michigan Educational Program in Collaboration (Mi-EPiC) consortium, formerly Michigan Radiologic & Imaging Science (MiRIS). LCC offers this program in partnership with other Community Colleges in Michigan.

This exciting and expanding industry offers a 90% employment rate, high starting salaries, and competitive benefits for graduates of accredited programs such as this one. Our students train to become highly skilled in the assessments and technologies that determine brain abnormalities and help to identify central nervous system disorders.

There are limited seats available in the NDXT program. Admission is on a competitive basis. To be eligible to apply, there are 9-10 courses that must be completed - see the NDXT Advising Guide for details. The annual application deadline is May 15th for admission into the Fall semester.

***Check out the NDXT Advising Guide for information on criminal record restrictions, necessary motor and cognitive skills, required immunizations and drug screenings, insurance acknowledgements, and environmental conditions of this profession.***

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Neurodiagnostic Technology Program

Health and Human Services Division Office

HHS Building, 108
517-483-1410
517-483-1508 fax

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