2013-2014 Catalog & Handbook 
    Jan 22, 2020  
2013-2014 Catalog & Handbook [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Electroneurodiagnostic Technology, AAS

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Electroneurodiagnostic (END) Technologists record and study the science of the electrical activity of the brain and spinal activity. Working with both doctors and patients, END technologists develop a good rapport with patients, comforting them during procedures. They understand neurophysiology and recognize normal and abnormal electrical activity.

Electroneurodiagnostic Technologists are responsible for preparing patients for procedures such as Electroencephalograms (EEG), Polysomnograms (PSG), and Evoked Potentials (EP). END Technologists obtain medical histories of patients, record electrical potentials, calculate results of tests, maintain medical equipment, and may work with specific treatments.

Clinical Affiliation: Students will be placed in a clinical affiliation for 7 months in medical centers throughout the Region. If a student does not complete specialty ENDT classes in three consecutive semesters, faculty and administration will determine whether courses must be repeated before enrolling in clinical.

Background checks and drug screenings are required for this program.

  • Bring Your Own Laptop (BYOL) (You can either purchase a laptop on your own or purchase one from the STI Support Center. Estimated 750.00 for laptop.)


Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of an Associate of Applied Science Degree in Electroneurodiagnostic Technology, a student will be able to:

Science & Technology

  • To recognize and understand anatomy and physiology as well as neuroanatomy related to the program modalities.
  • Performance of quality diagnostic and monitoring procedures.
  • Operation and troubleshooting ability of ENDT equipment.
  • Collection and review of diagnostic data.

 Problem Solving/Critical Thinking

  • Application of recording techniques to obtain best representation of potentials for each testing situation data is collected for.
  • To understand the clinical correlation between patient history and field specific testing.
  • Ability to perform testing for clinically diverse populations in a safe and effective manner.
  • Recognition of artifact and ability to apply troubleshooting techniques for safety and resolution.


  • Exhibit strong work ethic, integrity, teamwork and networking between peers, patients, staff and physicians.
  • Demonstrate awareness to cultural diversity.
  • Maintain accountability for actions and results.
  • Show customer service in all encounters.
  • Encourage professional advancement by urging students  to complete board registry exams in modality fields. 
  • Promote professional memberships in field specific organizations.
  • Remain competitive within profession by participating in continuing education.
  • Awareness of advancement and professional development within profession.


  • To demonstrate professional communication.
  • Follow instructions, verbally and in written format.
  • Provide ethical and compassionate communication with patients, families and professionals.
  • Accurate and concise reports in written documentation.

Program Curriculum - Total Credits: 96

Summer Semester

All Semester

First 1/2 of the semester

Second 1/2 of the semester

Summer Semester

Additional Information

*Satisfactory completion of all required course work and approval of Program Chair.

Requirements: Achievement of a “C” or better for all HC and ENDT courses.

If using HC 105  as a technical elective and not part of the ENDT Program, coreqs do not apply except when taking HC 105 and HC 105L.

Students entering a program in any semester other than outlined may not graduate in the expected amount of time.

Estimated total program fees

Tuition $9,984
Fees $8,544
Books & Supplies $3,050
Moving & Travel $ 3,000
Other $ 755
Physical and Immunizations $ 100
Background Check/Drug Screen $ 120
TOTAL $25,553

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