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Ultrasound Technician Schools

If you are interested in a career in ultrasound, you may be faced with a lot of questions you’re unsure how to answer. “Which career path is right for me?” “How do I get started?” “How much money will I make?” Our guide to ultrasound technician schools and degrees can help you through the process of achieving your goal. We’ll help you learn about what it means to be an ultrasound technician, the various jobs in ultrasonography and related careers, understand the differences between degree levels, and decide which ultrasound technician school to attend. Learn more about your options and get started on your career path today.

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Diagnostic Medical Sonographers take images of the inside of the body using high frequency sound waves. In a profession that the Bureau of Labor Statistics says is expected to grow by 46%, it’s a great time to become a sonographer.

Choose Your Degree

Whether you choose to pursue an associates, bachelors or masters degree in ultrasound, you’ll find the information you’re looking for by visiting our ultrasound degree center. Here’s where you’ll learn about the prerequisites, campus locations, degrees and certificates offered.

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For those new to medical imaging, it can be helpful to look through the types of ultrasound courses you might take. Whether you’re looking to start a career or further your education as a sonographer, you’ll need a solid education and hands-on ultrasound training to further your chances of employment.

There are many ultrasound career choices available within medical imaging, and programs available to get you the education and training you need. Explore the options in our career center to find the specialization that’s right for you.

Getting Started in Medical Imaging

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The idea of starting a new career can be intimidating. Whether you’re still in high school or want to change careers as an adult, we can help with a step-by-step guide that will take you through the process of achieving your long-term goals. Sonographers are ranked #6 among the 30 occupations projected to see the… Get Started Now

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Portable medicine

What’s New in the World of Ultrasound Technology?

If you’re at all interested in sonographic technology, you know there are numerous reports of  ultrasound devices becoming smaller, more portable and mobile. That’s not so different from the evolution of the computer, which originally took up the space of a whole room. Portable ultrasound technology is, naturally, extremely important—simply put, it extends the scope… Read More

Ultrasound with Mom

Sonographers, How are your People Skills?

Did you know that during a 25-year career, a sonographer will see approximately 109,500 patients (according to the ARDMS)?  That’s more people than the population of Billings, Montana or  Cambridge, Massachusetts or even the Virgin Islands … Considering a sonographer images that many patients throughout their career, it’s small wonder that having people skills is… Read More

40th anniversary

ARDMS Celebrates 40th Anniversary

Forty years ago, Bill Gates, along with Paul Allen, founded Microsoft.  Saturday Night Live, Chili’s, and Oakley  Inc. also started in 1975. That same year, Muhammed Ali and Joe Frazier faced off at the Thrilla in Manilla; and photographer Nicholas Nixon took his first of “The Brown Sisters” annual, 40-year picture collection.  Forty years ago… Read More

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