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Hybrid program combining online coursework and hands-on training
Achievable in as few as 101 weeks
Flexible schedules – work while you attend school!
Dedicated, professional faculty
Financial aid available to those who qualify
At Integrity College of Health, our Digital Medical Sonography (Ultrasound Technician) program is designed to prepare students to enter this fast-growing sector of the healthcare industry. Also known as Ultrasound Technicians, Digital Medical Sonographers are trained medical professionals who use special equipment to direct high frequency sound waves into a patient’s body. Using sophisticated equipment, Ultrasound Technicians produce images of internal organs, soft tissue, and blood vessels, as well as observe developing fetuses in the womb. In this 101-week program, students learn to use specialized equipment and are prepared for immediate entry-level positions in the field through a combination of coursework, clinical labs, and access to the innovative SonoSim training technology. Students also receive real-world on-the-job experience through an Externship.
Students in the Ultrasound Technician program learn how to:
Graduates receive a Certificate of Completion, Ultrasound Technician diploma, and are prepared to immediately enter into entry-level positions in the field. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics projects increasing growth in the Ultrasound Technology field as sonography becomes an increasingly attractive alternative to radiological procedures. The BLS projects the field of ultrasound technology will grow at a rate of 12% annually through 2029, adding approximately 15,600 new jobs to the economy. Many ultrasound technicians/digital medical sonographers find positions in public and private hospitals; others work in private practices, physician ofﬁces, medical and diagnostic laboratories and outpatient care centers. As an ultrasound technician, you may choose to specialize in a particular area, including Obstetric and Gynecologic, Abdominal, Echocardiography, Neuro-brain, Breast Sonography, or Vascular Technology.
Upon completion of the program, graduates will be able to:
Prerequisites: Must have a high school diploma or GED and pass the entrance exam.
Please refer to the latest School Catalog for more information.