Radiologic Sciences

 

Sonography Program


Sonography allows organs, tissues and vessels to be imaged with high frequency sound waves. The technologist uses equipment that emits sound waves into the body. These waves bounce off tissues and send back "echoes" that are converted into images. Sonography is used to image organs, blood vessels, and the fetus.  Students are required to complete clinical education courses at two or more distant clinical education centers.  Students are responsible for travel and lodging expenses associated with attending these distant clinical education centers.

Number of Clinical sites: 20 incuding distant sites in various states (variable depending on the number of available sites).

Number of Students accepted: read 20 (variable depending the number of available sites)

Program Coordinator: Mrs. Myka Bussey-Campbell

Medical Advisor: Dr. James McClellan

Sonography Curriculum
 

Admissions requirements:

Non-RT, Special Option and Post-Baccalaureate Certificate