NDT: How to Apply

If you are a new student to LLCC, visit our Earning a Credit Degree of Certificate page first to learn more about these general steps to enrollment.

If you are a current or returning student, proceed to the next steps listed below.

Applications for fall 2022 being accepted now! Sixteen students are admitted each fall semester.

This checklist does not guarantee admission into the Neurodiagnostic Technology (NDT) program. It is to be used for guiding purposes only and to assist the student in determining if they are ready to apply to the program.

It is the student’s responsibility to notify LLCC Admission/Records/Registration when requirements have been met.

Admission requirements

Admission and program requirements are subject to change.

  1. Attend an information session given by the NDT program director.
  2. Be a high school graduate or have a GED certificate. Send high school transcripts to LLCC Admission/Records/Registration.
  3. Submit the LLCC admission application.
  4. Demonstrate placement into EGL 101.
  5. Demonstrate placement out of MAT 082.
  6. Have a 2.5 GPA or higher for all previous college courses. Send college transcripts to LLCC Admission/Records/Registration.
  7. Submit the Neurodiagnostic Technology program application with the assistance of a health professions student success coach

Additional requirements

Following acceptance to the program, students are required to have (at the student's expense):

  • A health assessment
  • Documentation of immunizations
  • A criminal background check and drug screening
  • CPR certification for basic life support
  • Annual influenza vaccine and TB testing

NDT program sequence

The Neurodiagnostic Technology associate in applied science program contains 60 credit hours total.

First semester (fall)

  • NDT 111 Basic EEG - 3 credit hours
  • NDT 112 EEG Skills Lab - 5 credit hours
  • NDT 121 Electronics and Instrumentation - 3 credit hours

Total: 11 credit hours

Second semester (spring)

  • NDT 122 EEG Record Review I - 2 credit hours
  • NDT 129 Clinical Practicum I - 3 credit hours
  • NDT 241 Advanced EEG I - 3 credit hours
  • NDT 244 Neurodiagnostic Procedures - 3 credit hours

Total: 11 credit hours

Third semester (summer)

  • NDT 139 Clinical Practicum II - 2 credit hours
  • NDT 131 Neuroanatomy for EEG (online) - 2 credit hours

Total: 4 credit hours

Fourth semester (fall)

  • BIO 101 General Biology, or
  • BIO 107 Human Biology, or
  • BIO 111 Principles of Biology I - 4 credit hours
  • EGL 101 Composition I - 3 credit hours
  • NDT 242 Neonate and Pediatric EEG - 2 credit hours
  • NDT 251 Advanced EEG II - 3 credit hours
  • NDT 249 Clinical Practicum III - 3 credit hours

Total: 8-15 credit hours

Fifth semester (spring)

  • BIO 175 Human Anatomy and Physiology I - 4 credit hours
  • EGL 102 Composition II - 3 credit hours
  • PSY 101 Intro to Psychology - 3 credit hours
  • NDT 252 EEG Capstone - 2 credit hours
  • NDT 243 EEG Record Review II - 2 credit hours
  • NDT 259 Clinical Practicum IV - 5 credit hours

Total: 9-19 credit hours

Note

BIO, EGL and PSY courses can be taken prior to or concurrently in the semester they are listed.

Residency criteria

Chapter 112, Section 103-17, of the Illinois Public Community College Act requires that whenever enrollment in a program must be restricted because of space limitations, a college must give preference to district residents. Consequently, admission to Health Career programs for students who live outside of LLCC District #526 vary per program based on space available and qualified applicant pools.