The Clinical Neurophysiology Technology Program at Mayo Clinic offers the best accredited neurodiagnostic and polysomnographic technologist training in the area. You will learn about the function and disorders of the nervous system, as well as the principles and practical applications of neurodiagnostic and polysomnographic testing.
Program highlights include:
- One of the only programs to train in five modalities, including EEG, nerve conduction studies (NCS), sleep studies (PSG), evoked potentials, and autonomic testing
- Training at one of the best health care facilities in the world
- Small-class sizes, where your instructors know you by name
- A curriculum that includes a mixture of classroom learning that includes hands-on practice sessions, and plenty of clinical experience working with real patients
- 100% job placement
- 2020: 100%
- 2019: 100%
- 2018: 100%
Our training is focused on developing Mayo Clinic's future workforce — meaning that after graduation, if students are the right candidates and positions are available, many of our graduates go on to work at Mayo Clinic directly out of training. However, you can be confident you’ll be fully prepared for your first day on the job, wherever that may be.
Explore what a neurodiagnostic technologist does
Neurodiagostic and polysomnographic technologists perform a variety of testing, such as EEG, NCS, PSG, evoked potentials and autonomic testing, to assist physicians in the diagnosis and evaluation of diseases of the brain, peripheral and autonomic nervous systems, and disorders of sleep.
The Clinical Neurophysiology Technology Program (Minnesota) is an accredited training program.
The program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP) upon the recommendation of the Committee on Accreditation for Education in Neurodiagnostic Technology.
Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs
25400 U.S. Highway 19 N., Suite 158
Clearwater, FL 33763
For more information, see the accreditation information for Mayo Clinic School of Health Sciences.