Neurodiagnostic Technology

How to Apply

Allied Health programs have special admissions processes with limited enrollment capacities and high student demand. Be sure to follow each of the following steps to apply for enrollment into the Neurodiagnostic Technology program.

Next application period: May 15, 2024 - June 13, 2024

Steps to Apply

  1. Apply for Admission to Mesa College

    Not a current Mesa College student? Before you submit an application to any of the Allied Health programs, you will need to apply for admission to Mesa College. Becoming a student is free and easy.

    Apply to Mesa
  2. Attend a Program Information Session

    Learn more about what it takes to apply and succeed as a student in the Neurodiagnostic Technology program.

    Information sessions coming soon!

  3. Program Prerequisites

    Three prerequisites are required to apply for the Neurodiagnostic Technology program:

    • MEDA 110 Med Terminology
    • MEDA 055 Human Anatomy & Physiology or
      BIOL 160 Human Anatomy & Physiology or
      BIOL 230 and 235 Human Anatomy & Physiology
    • COMS 135 Interpersonal Communications (preferred) or
      COMS 103 Oral Communication

    Proof of successful completion for all pre reqs must be received no later than June 13, 2024. All prerequisites must be completed in spring semester. Prerequisites must be passed with a minimum grade of “C” or higher within the last 5 years prior to applying, except for COMS course. If you are enrolled in a prerequisite course at the time you submit your application, you must show proof of current enrollment when submitting your application. Admission into the Neurodiagnostic Technology program will be pending until each prerequisite is completed. When taking prerequisite courses at another institution, please verify with counseling, before enrollment, that they transfer to Mesa College.

  4. Complete the Online Program Application

    Submit an online application for the Neurodiagnostic Technology program within the application time period from May 15, 2024 at 12:00 pm - June 13, 2024 at 12:00 pm. Your application should include specified personal information, prerequisites, unofficial transcripts, and program specific information.  

    Access the onine application
  5. Submit Your Official Transcripts

    Submit official transcripts from all colleges and universities that you have attended. Official transcript submission is required for the application process however, evaluation of the official transcripts is not required to be considered a qualified candidate. For more information about transcripts, visit the Transcripts webpage.

    Note: If you have completed your prerequisites at City, Mesa, or Miramar College, you do not need to submit an official transcript. Your transcript will be obtained directly from the SDCCD records office on your behalf.

    For questions contact special admissions:


  6. Update Your Contact Information

    You are responsible for maintaining a current email address with Special Admissions and responding to requests for confirmation of your continued interest in admission into the program sent during the year. Be sure to return each such notice by the stipulated date to maintain the admission status.

What to Expect After You Apply

Applications will be reviewed for completeness after the application deadline by the Admissions Committee. The Special Admissions technician may respond to application inquiries as “received” or “not received.” Incomplete applications and applications received after the deadline will NOT be considered.  Qualified applicants will be determined through a random lottery.

    • July 11, 2024 – The Neurodiagnostic Technology Program will email Acceptance & Alternate letters.
    • July 25, 2024 – Applicants must confirm acceptance via email to maintain their admission status. The return email will be provided in the letter.



Please contact Maryam Kavousifard, Program Director for questions regarding your application status at

Withdraw Your Application

If you would like to withdraw or cancel your application before the application deadline, please contact Special Admissions. Any student that has been conditionally accepted, but withdraws, should contact the Program Director as soon as possible, so another student may be selected. All applicants are responsible for maintaining accurate contact information (address, telephone and email) with the Special Admissions Office. Please be sure that domains are on a “safe” list. The program is not responsible for lost, accidentally deleted or junk filters applied to the applicant’s email.

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