The Neurodiagnostics and Sleep Science (NDSS) bachelor’s degree program is offered by UNC-Charlotte’s Department of Kinesiology, with collaborative coursework offered by UNC School of Medicine Department of Allied Health Sciences. The program prepares graduates with the knowledge, competence, and adaptive skills to fulfill educational, professional and leadership positions in the field. The NDSS degree is offered via distance education. Students will complete a practicum during the summer and an internship during the final semester of the program. The practicum and internship will be set up at a facility local to the student when possible and must be approved by the NDSS program director.
Candidates for this program are sleep technologists and electroneurodiagnostic technologists who have an associate’s degree and who are already registered* and practicing but want to pursue a bachelor’s degree.
Applications will be accepted beginning September 1 for the following fall of each year (for example, if you wanted to begin with the fall 2018 cohort, you could submit your application as early as September 1, 2017). Applicants are encouraged to submit all application materials as soon as possible. The absolute deadline for applications is May 15 of the year of desired acceptance (for example, if you wish to begin with the fall 2018 cohort, your application must be received by May 15, 2018).
*RPSGT or R.EEG.T. credential is required. Applications may be submitted from those who will sit for their credentialing exam before courses begin in August.
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