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The Diagnostic Medical Sonography Program is competitive in the sense it receives
more applications than spots available. The competitiveness of the program is determined
by the number of applications received during the application cycle and therefore
There are two types of accreditation for educational programs: regional and programmatic.
This program is regionally accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and
Universities, but doesn't have programmatic accreditation at this time.
There isn't a definitive list. However, the degree/certification must be in a profession
that is direct patient care-related. Students should inquire with the program advisor
if they are unsure about their qualifications.
*In some professions, a license is issued instead of certification.
Work experience, like the degree/certification requirement, must be in a profession
that is direct patient care-related. There is no minimum amount of work experience
needed to apply; however, it must be within the last five years.