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Associate of science in
diagnostic medical sonography
City College’s Diagnostic Medical Sonography Program is a 22 month course of study, designed to prepare students in the cognitive (knowledge), psychomotor (skills), and affective (behavior) learning domains.
The program combines classroom, lab, and clinical practice components, providing students with a well-rounded curriculum and training in sonography, covering all four modalities: abdominal, gynecology/obstetrics, as well as vascular and cardiac sonography.
- Small Class Sizes
- Personalized approach to support the student
- Hands-on clinical training
- Graduates eligible to apply to sit for the ARRT
- Lab taught by experienced Sonographers
- Additional open lab hours available to all students
- Tutoring available to all students
- Externship starting in 3rd Quarter
- Financial assistance is available to those who qualify
- Abdominal Sonography
- Obstetric and Gynecologic Sonography
- Vascular Sonography
- Ultrasound Physics
- Small Parts Sonography
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ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE IN DIAGNOSTIC MEDICAL SONOGRAPHY
Diagnostic Medical Sonography is medical imaging that uses non ionizing ultrasound to generate 2D and 3D images of organs, tissues and blood flow. Sonographers (Ultrasound Technologists) use sound waves across specific parts of the body to provide clinical information to assist physicians in the diagnosis and treatment of patients. The field of Sonography has many areas of specialization, including obstetrics/gynecology, abdomen, echocardiography, vascular, breast and pediatric sonography.
The career field is technically challenging as sonographers are patient focused and must posses critical thinking skills as well as demonstrate diagnostic responsibility and impeccable decision making skills within a medical team setting. The sonography career field is expected to grow by 14% through 2030, which is significantly higher than the average of other occupations.*
What do Diagnostic Medical Sonographers do?
A Diagnostic Medical Sonographer is a highly-skilled professional who uses specialized equipment to create images (sonograms) of the human body.
The sonographer uses a transducer that emits high-frequency sound waves (ultrasound), across a specific part of the human body to produce images (sonogram). Those images provide the physician specific information to help make a diagnosis.
TWO TRACKS AVAILABLE
Abdomen & OB/GYN (General Sonography)
Echocardiography & Vascular Sonography
Rotations begin in the 3rd quarter and are guaranteed in the respective specialties of the two offered tracks.
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