Cardiac Electrophysiology Professional Certificate
Build upon your current knowledge of EP and cardiac devices, to further your clinical practice, with the acquisition of a Professional Certificate in Cardiac Electrophysiology.
Cardiac Electrophysiology combines patient care with best practices in medical technology and pharmacology to diagnose and treat heart rhythm problems. Candidates may want to continue their education with Pennsylvania College of Health Sciences in our Bachelors of Science Degree in Health Sciences (BSHS).
This online professional certificate is designed for working technologists looking to advance their theoretical knowledge of cardiac electrophysiology and internal cardiac devices.
The Professional Certificate Program in Cardiac Electrophysiology is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs upon the recommendation of the Joint Review Committee for Cardiovascular technology. See more accreditation information.
Applicants to the Professional Certificate in Cardiac Electrophysiology must:
- Be credentialed or licensed and in good standing in RCES, RCIS, NMT, RT, RRT or RN.
- Be employed full time in the electrophysiology lab or in a cardiovascular lab performing electrophysiology studies and cardiac device implants.
- Provide two professional references with their college application
Online Professional Certificate Program
The Cardiac Electrophysiology Professional Certificate provides technologists who are currently working in
the electrophysiology lab with theoretical knowledge of cardiac electrophysiology and internal cardiac
|CEP 200||Introduction to Cardiac Electrophysiology||3|
|CEP 202||Cardiac Electrophysiology Science||3|
|CEP 204||Cardiac Electrophysiology Theory I||3|
|CEP 215||EP Arrhythmia Theory||3|
|CEP 216||Cardiac Device Theory||3|
|HSC 200||Advanced Cardiac Life Support||1|
|Total Combined Credits||16|