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Respected by our students, graduates and medical employers for over 75 years.

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75th Annual Commencement Exercises

Take a look at the graduate pictures captured at our 75th Commencement Exercises!

Congratulations to our Class of 2022! Check out the graduates' pictures celebrating their academic achievements!

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Medical Employers need Carnegie graduates!

Leaders in allied health education since 1947…

Explore our many allied health programs. Learn why Carnegie Institute is the best answer for your training and educational needs. Discover how training at Carnegie will open many employment doors and career advancements for you. Begin your career plans today. Call us at 248.589.1078 and schedule a Visit.

Learning During COVID

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Spring Quarter starts March 27, 2023! Call us at 248.589.1078.

Online & practical application classes (Hybrid delivery). Learn about our accredited, allied health training programs. Meet with an Admissions Officer. Review our affordable tuition and successful career placement statistics! Speak with our Financial Aid Director.

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Don't Take Our Word For It

See What Our Graduates Have to Say!

Hear about the Carnegie experience directly from our students.


Our Programs

Cardiac Electrophysiology Technologist

A professional in the interpretation of abnormal cardiac rhythms in order to assist in device therapy and interventional procedures.

Cardiology Technician

A specialist in the recording and interpretation of data used in the detection of various forms of heart disease.

Cardiovascular Technologist

A specialist in the initial interpretation of the ECG and in the performance of cardiac ultrasound and Doppler testing procedures.

Invasive Cardiovascular Technologist

A specialist assisting in the performance of highly technical invasive procedures utilized in cardiac catheterization or related specialty techniques.

Massage Therapy

A member of the health care team who combines science and clinical applicaton to provide professional therapeutic massage.

Medical Business Specialist

A medical office professional focusing on business elements and their applications.

Medical Insurance Biller

A specialist in computerized medical billing, coding and cash flow management.

Electroneurodiagnostic Technologist (EEG)

A dedicated specialist in the study and recording of electrical activity of the brain and nervous system utilized in medical evaluations.

Pacemaker/ICD Technician

A specialist in implanted programmable cardiac device therapy for the maintenance of optimal cardiac function.

Medical Assistant

A multi-skilled professional essential to today’s health care team.

Vascular Technologist

A highly skilled professional in the performance of vascular diagnostic ultrasound and Doppler studies.

Alumni Testimonials

“Knowledgeable instructors; well connected to employers.”
Paul M., Cardiac Electrophysiology Technologist – Genesys Hospital & Medical Center

Class of 2016 (CEP)
“The program prepares you very well for clinicals.”
Kirsten M., Invasive Cardiovascular Technologist – Beaumont Hospital Farmington Hills

Class of 2016 (ICVT)
“The teachers working in the field makes the program strong.”
Laura N., Electroneurodiagnostic Technologist – Beaumont Hospital Royal Oak

Class of 2016 (ENDT)
“The strength of the program is the hands-on activities. Best instructors I’ve ever had.”
Chantel S., Invasive Cardiovascular Technologist - Henry Ford Hospital-Wyandotte

Class of 2018 (ICVT)
“Lots of one-on-one scan time with instructors and plenty of time to prepare before going to clincial sites.”
Dorothy S., Cardiovascular Technologist – Memorial Hospital University of Colorado

Class of 2016 (CVT)
“The instructors knowledge is amazing! I felt that I received a top notch education in all aspects of massage.”
Deborah O., Massage Therapy – Aligned Chiropractic

Class of 2017 (MT)
“Based on my work experience, the clinical rotation and externship are strengths of the program.”
Linda W., Electroneurodiagnostic Technologist – University of Michigan Hospital

Class of 2016 (ENDT)
“The program provided me with an understanding of a broad range of cardiovascular diseases, treatments and procedures.”
Alexandria R., Cardiac Electrophysiology Technologist – University of Michigan Hospital

Class of 2014 (MA) & 2016 (CEP)
“I enjoyed the hands-on experience and learning the technical side of EEG theory.”
Meredith L., Electroneurodiagnostic Technologist – Beaumont Hospital Grosse Pointe

Class of 2016 (MA) & 2017 (ENDT)
“I loved everything about Carnegie.”
LaRissa M., Medical Insurance Biller – Heart Cardiology Consultants

Class of 2016 (MIB)