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Studying Health Sciences, Electroneurodiagnostics & Neuroscience at Weber State

This designer Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies (BIS) degree combines Health Sciences, Electroneurodiagnostics and Neuroscience. Students may choose one of the three programs as an emphasis. By the end of the program you will be able to seek certification in Electroneurodiagnositcs (END) from the University of Utah

Health Sciences, Electroneurodiagnostics & Neuroscience Highlights

Flexible course delivery formats are available in a face-to-face settings, online or through independent study. Learn from our experienced instructors who thoroughly understand the industry and develop your education plan around three emphases areas and learn more for less.

Students must meet general education requirements, on top of their BIS courses. This includes 120 credit hours of general education requirements and 40 credit hours of upper division requirements. In addition, because this is a partnership program with the University of Utah you will have additional requirements from the Electroneurogiagnositics (END) program. Follow the links below for more information. 

For the Neuroscience emphasis, you will need to meet with a Neuroscience advisor to discuss what courses and electives can be applied towards this emphasis area. 

Beyond the Classroom

Graduate feeling prepared to take the Electroneurodiagnositics national registry examination.


What You’ll LEARN at Weber

Through our University of Utah partnership electroneurodiagnostics (END) program, you will gain skills in multiple areas applicable to healthcare professionals. These skills will help you to stand out and include:

  • Knowledge of human anatomy and physiology
  • Clinical and laboratory skills
  • Cognitive and behavioral neuroscience
  • Scientific research and application
  • Pharmacology
  • Research 

What You CAN DO After Weber

You will have the opportunity to take the national registry examination for Electroneurodiagnostics and then go on to become an EEG Technologist. If you have questions, contact a WSU Career Advisor.