Who can enroll?

  • High school Diploma or GED equivalent (proof required)
  • Successful completion of the entrance exam
  • Evaluation and acceptance by the Program Director or the School Director
  • Knowledge of Human Anatomy & Physiology, Medical Terminology, Algebra and Physics (preferred, but not required)
  • Working experience in allied health and patient care related field (preferred, but not required)

Class Hours

  • Daytime Class Hours with some classes offered Online

Training Includes

  • Medical and Sonography Terminology
    • Human gross and sectional anatomy, physiology and pathophysiology
    • Acoustical Physics, Doppler Ultrasound principles and ultrasound instrumentation
    • Sonographic appearances of the normal and abnormal neck, non-cardiac chest, breasts, and abdominal organs and peripheral vessels
    • Sonographic appearance of the normal and abnormal female pelvis
    • Sonographic appearance of the maternal, embryonic and fetal anatomy during all trimesters
    • Performing Sonographic studies of the abdomen, superficial structures, non-cardiac chest, gravid and non-gravid pelvis
    • Sonographic studies and gross anatomy of the venous and arterial systems of the upper and lower limbs, carotid artery, and hemodynamic flow concepts
    • Issues in health care and safety
  • What is Diagnostic Medical Sonography?

    Diagnostic Medical Sonography, also known as Ultrasound, is a diagnostic process that creates images of the structures inside the human body. This images are then evaluated and used by the physician to make a medical diagnosis. The process involves placing a device called a transducer on a patient’s skin near the area to be scanned. The transducer sends a stream of high frequency sound waves into the patient’s body and the affected area that bounce off the internal structures. A computer analyzes these sounds to form an image for the radiologist to interpret the pathology. Unlike X-ray, Sonography is a radiation-free imaging modality.

    Program Information

    Our DMS program is an eighteen (18) month Associate of Applied Science Degree program designed to prepare students for entry-level employment as a Sonographer. Consisting of both on-campus and online classes, the DMS program is designed to offer you the flexibility of online classes while still focusing on the benefit of hands-on training in our on-campus labs. 

    Students will receive training from qualified and experienced instructors in a classroom setting, modern on-campus laboratories and also an offsite clinical externship! 

    Upon completion of the DMS program, our Career Services team will work with Graduates to assist with career placement! 


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