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Invasive Cardiovascular Technology Degrees

El Centro College

The Invasive Cardiovascular Technology Associate in Applied Sciences degree prepares you to work as an invasive cardiovascular technologist through both classroom and clinical settings. It can be completed in two years if you are a full-time student.

In the associate degree program, the first year consists of the Invasive Cardiovascular Core Curriculum. Enrollment at this point is open, so you’ll need to apply only to El Centro College; no specific program application is required. Once you have completed the Invasive Cardiovascular Core Curriculum and any other prerequisites, you may formally apply to the ICVT program with acceptance according to a competitive selection process.

The Invasive Cardiovascular Technology Advanced Technical certificate (Gainful Employment Information) provides training for people who have previously earned an associate degree in a designated allied health field or in nursing, or a bachelor’s degree with a major in a science discipline. It can be completed in one year.