Cardiovascular Technology - Invasive

Cardiovascular Technology - Invasive

Cardiovascular Credentialing International is the national credentialing body for Cardiovascular Technology. Licensing requirements are usually determined by the employer, not a state-wide licensing board or department. It is not necessary for students to pass the registry in most states, but is highly recommended.

State State Licensing Board or Department State Licensing Requirements Notes
Alabama   Not determined  
Alaska   Not determined  
American Samoa   Not determined  
Arizona   Not determined  
Arkansas   Not determined  
California   Not determined  
Colorado   Not determined  
Connecticut   Not determined  
Delaware   Not determined  
District of Columbia   Not determined  
Florida   Not determined  
Georgia   Not determined  
Guam   Not determined  
Hawaii   Not determined  
Idaho   Not determined  
Illinois   Not determined  
Indiana   Not determined  
Iowa   Not determined  
Kansas   Not determined  
Kentucky   Not determined  
Louisiana   Not determined  
Maine   Not determined  
Maryland   Not determined  
Massachusetts   Not determined  
Michigan   Not determined  
Minnesota   Meets

There is not a state-wide licensure requirement in Minnesota for Cardiovascular Technology, therefore it is determined that the curriculum for this program does meet state requirements. Please note, employers may have requirements, so students are encouraged to check at the time of application to understand the employer’s policies and expectations.

Mississippi   Not determined  
Missouri   Not determined  
Montana   Not determined  
Nebraska   Not determined  
Nevada   Not determined  
New Hampshire   Not determined  
New Jersey   Not determined  
New Mexico   Not determined  
New York   Not determined  
North Carolina   Not determined  
North Dakota   Meets

There is not a state-wide licensure requirement in North Dakota for Cardiovascular Technology, therefore it is determined that the curriculum for this program does meet state requirements. Please note, employers may have requirements, so students are encouraged to check at the time of application to understand the employer’s policies and expectations.

Northern Mariana Islands   Not determined  
Ohio   Not determined  
Oklahoma   Not determined  
Oregon   Not determined  
Pennsylvania   Not determined  
Puerto Rico   Not determined  
Rhode Island   Not determined  
South Carolina   Not determined  
South Dakota   Not determined  
Tennessee   Not determined  
Texas   Not determined  
US Virgin Islands   Not determined  
Utah   Not determined  
Vermont   Not determined  
Virginia   Not determined  
Washington   Not determined  
West Virginia   Not determined  
Wisconsin   Not determined  
Wyoming   Not determined  

Disclaimer: The college makes every effort to ensure the information above is current, but please be advised that state laws, regulations and policies may change at any time. It is the responsibility of the student completing the licensure program to check with the licensing board(s) in their state of residence or in the state in which they intend to obtain a license for the most recent information and requirements. M State shall not be held liable if a student is unable to qualify for licensure or certification in any jurisdiction or cannot obtain a practicum/internship location.

Page last updated on January 5, 2021 11:59 am