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Allied Health Division


Diagnostic Medical Sonography Program

Diagnostic Medical Sonography Program

Enrollment Requirements
Completion of a two-year Allied Health program that is patient-care related such as radiologic technology, nuclear medicine technology, licensed vocational nursing, registered nursing, respiratory therapy, physical therapy, or baccalaureate degree in biologic sciences with patient care experience.
Prerequisite course completion of the following courses with a grade of "C" or better and a minimum GPA of 2.35 :

ALLH 67 - Medical Terminology

BIOL 16 - General Human Anatomy

BIOL 18 - Principles of Physiology

ENGL 1A - College Composition and Reading or COMM 01 - Fundamentals of Speech

MATH C - Intermediate Algebra
PHYS 10 - Concepts in Physics or RADT 40 - Radiologic Science I

Additional Program Information
I. All applicants enrolled in this program are required to complete a physical examination by a physician, N.P. or P.A. of your choice.  Enrollment is contingent upon completion of the examination and documentation of the following:  Hepatitis A series, Hepatitis B series or program supplied declination form, MMR titer, PPD (TB), or chest x-ray, Varicella titer, DTaP, Annual Flu Vaccine.  An annual TB/chest x-ray is required.
II. A Background Clearance will be required upon acceptance into the program.  This includes criminal offense, criminal history, sex offender check and social security trace.  A background clearance means that your background report is free from negative information.  Negative information (charges & disposition & sentencing, including probation) can remain on your report for up to seven years.  Drug Screening - You further agree to a 10 panel drug screen test.  Failure to pass either of these screenings will cancel admission to the program, unless proof of compliance is subsequently provided by the first day of class.  The student is responsible for the cost of these screenings and any subsequent screenings required for clinical placement.
III. Compliance with technical standards.
IV. Courses are offered sequentially over an 18 month period.

Last Updated by Norma DeLaTorre-Davis on 11/20/2014