Welcome to Ultrasound Schools Info; a current and comprehensive resource that includes a selection of CAAHEP accredited ultrasound technician schools offering degree or certificate programs near you.
Our role is to help connect you with schools that you select, online or with campus locations in your area. Learn more about class start dates, program details & class sizes, as well as tuition & financial aid information.
How Do I Get Started?
If you are considering attending a Diagnostic Medical Sonography school in 2021 you may be faced with a lot of questions. Take a look at our “How do I get started in sonography?” guide to help you through the process of exploring this amazing and rewarding career.
The momentum of healthcare as the fastest growing career sector in the United States continues! Now more than ever it’s important to educate yourself and explore the educational requirements and specialities within the field. If you are looking to start, change or advance your profession, a career in medical imaging, including ultrasound or sonography, is a great option.
What’s New for July 2021?
Spring 2021 Sonography Student Scholarship Results!
Our scholarship committee has selected Grand Valley State University’s Joyanna Osborne as the Spring 2021 sonography student scholarship award recipient! Please join in in congratulating Joyanna and the rest of this term’s finalists.👏 👏 👏
Learn more about Joyanna and see this year’s complete scholarship results.
🎓 The Ultrasound Schools Info student scholarship is a semi-annual, non-renewable $1,000 scholarship awarded to an aspiring sonographer currently enrolled in a CAAHEP accredited diagnostic medical sonography program, or a high school student who has been accepted to a program. The next application deadline is October 2021.
Education & Career Information
We’ll help you learn about what it means to be an ultrasound technician, the various jobs in ultrasonography and related medical imaging careers.
“I didn’t train technicians; I educated sonographers.” – L. E. Schnitzer, ARDMS chair from 1979 to 1981.
How to 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.
Our goal is to help you learn about the details of the career, school application process, prerequisites, ARDMS certification requirements, as well as training and degree options.
If you’re looking to start a career as a sonographer, you’ll need a solid education and hands-on ultrasound training. Explore your options today.
New to medical imaging? It can be helpful to look through the types of ultrasound courses you might take.
There are many ultrasound career & specialization 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.