Sonography - Diagnostic Medical - AAS

Diagnostic Medical Sonography Associate Degree Program

What is Sonography?

The Diagnostic Medical Sonography program at the Brecksville Campus is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (www.caahep.org) upon the recommendation of the Joint Review Committee on Education in Diagnostic Medical Sonography.

If you are interested in advanced technology and diagnosing health related questions, you don’t necessarily need to be a doctor or a nurse. Instead, you could launch a career as a Sonographer. Diagnostic Medical Sonography is an advanced diagnostic medical procedure that is used to analyze the human body and involves:

  • Using ultrasound waves to create a picture of the body.
  • Using highly advanced technology and staying on top of the latest trends.
  • Evaluating the size, shape and density of tissue to diagnose medical conditions.
  • Monitor fetal growth during pregnancy.

Early Childhood Education Career Options

What Career Options Are Available in Sonography?

Sonography has a variety of usages to help improve lives and diagnose potential medical issues. For this reason, Sonographers can be found to work in environments such as:
  • Hospitals
  • Physician Offices
  • Medical Clinics
  • And much more!

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the number of jobs in the US for Medical Assistants is expected to increase by 15% between 2020 and 2030.1

What You Will Learn in an Early Childhood Education Program

What You Will Learn in a Sonography ASS Program

Stautzenberger College offers a comprehensive, hands-on program to help you develop the skills to work as a medical sonographer using ultrasound-imaging equipment to “see” inside the body non-invasively. Our program can be completed in just 19 months and will prepare you to:
  • Perform general sonography on the abdomen, superficial structures and segments of the vascular system.
  • Conduct diagnostic sonographic examination of pregnant and non-pregnant pelvis, fetal structures and fetal measurements.
  • General education course work to meet the requirements of an associate degree.

Upon successful completing of the program, you could acquire acquire the RT (S) (Registered Technologist-Sonography) in Abdomen and Obstetrics by passing the American Registry of Radiologic Technologist (ARRT) exam.   This credential could open additional doors to employment.

Why Choose Our College?

Why Choose Our College?

For over 90 years, Stautzenberger College has made a lasting impact on the students and community we serve by:
  • Making student success our #1 priority.
  • Designing courses that develop critical skill sets and expanding our student’s knowledge base for a life-time career.
  • Ensuring that the skills businesses need are the skills we teach.
  • Offering affordable programs that typically take less time to complete and have smaller class sizes than those of other schools.
  • Offering on-campus, hybrid, and completely online diploma and degree programs that provide more flexibility to fit your life-style.
  • Having the best career services team that has done the networking for you with numerous local employers and are here to help.

All of us at Stautzenberger College are here to help you succeed, whether it’s our free tutoring, helpful financial aid options, or connecting you with businesses for that great job. We are here to prepare you for quick entry into the workforce.

Financial Aid available to those who qualify.

Program Length – 19 Months

On-Campus - Brecksville Campus Only
 

Offered at Campuses Near Cleveland

This program is offered at both of our campus locations, making it convenient for people in the greater Cleveland area. Our Brecksville campus is located just minutes from downtown Cleveland. 

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Reference:

1https://www.onetonline.org/link/localtrends/29-2032.00?st=OH&g=Go, retrieved 1/5/2022.

 

 

Diagnostic Medical Sonography -- Class of 2020

Pass rate:
Abdomen: 100%
Obstetrics:   0%
 

Retention: 73%
Placement: 55%