Associate of Applied Science with a major in Diagnostic Sonography
The Diagnostic Sonography (DS) Program considers for admission those applicants who demonstrate exceptional academic and professional potential essential for successful completion of the program. Completion of general education courses does not guarantee admittance, the DS program Admissions Committee reviews all completed application packets. Admission into this program is competitive, therefore all requirements must be met. Interested individuals are advised to complete their application as early as possible to ensure timely consideration.
|Application Due Date||Professional Phase Semester|
|July 1||Fall – September|
Students applying for acceptance into the Associate of Applied Science with a major in Diagnostic Sonography, (A.A.S) degree program are required to successfully complete all general education courses. This consists of eight general education courses in the first eight months considered to be the “pre-professional phase” of our A.A.S program. A grade of “C” or better in all courses and a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 (on a 4.0 scale) must be earned in order to be eligible to progress to the professional phase of the program.
- An entrance examination may be administered to students offered an interview.
- An acceptable level-3 criminal background screening will be required for all students beginning the program. Students with felony charges and/or convictions may not be eligible for admission into this allied health program.
- Completion of any health discipline (ex RT, RN, LPN/LVN, PA, DC, MD) which requires licensure must submit proof of good standing.
- A personal essay stating why you chose a career in Diagnostic Sonography outlining your specific career goals in medical imaging.
Completion of general education courses does not guarantee admittance in to the Diagnostic Sonography Major program. Please visit with the program director for more details.
Diagnostic Sonography program online application and all required documentation must be submitted by the designated due date. Due dates are two months before the professional phase begins.
Incomplete applications and/or requirements, in addition to applications received after the application due date will NOT be accepted.