Applicants complete the first two or three years of their degree requirements at their affiliate college/university (either directly or via transfer credits). Then, they apply to our program for the final two years of professional coursework.
If accepted, students complete their junior and senior years of training with our program faculty, both in the classroom and at affiliated clinical sites. Graduates of the program receive a B.S. from their affiliate university.
You must be enrolled at one of our university affiliates and pursuing a Bachelor of Science degree to apply to complete the professional curriculum at our school.
Most university affiliates accept some transfer credits. Contact the admissions department at your chosen affiliate to learn more about transfer options and to have your previous coursework evaluated.
For more information about the Diagnostic Medical Sonography majors at our affiliate universities, contact them directly.