The primary purpose of UltrasoundSchoolsInfo.com is to provide education and career information, and to help connect prospective students with colleges and universities that meet their learning goals. You can find more about our mission and team here.
As you will notice on many of our pages, we provide an access point for you to request information from colleges and universities that offer undergraduate and/or graduate degrees, certificate and other educational programs.
Some of the schools on our site pay us when you click on their website or request information from them. These schools are denoted by the phrase “Matching Schools”, “Sponsored Schools”, or similar notation above or below the listing.
Other schools, such as those found on our State pages, are provided as a courtesy and they do not pay us to be on our site. These are denoted under the title “Accredited Ultrasound Technician Schools in (name of state)”. Ultrasound Schools Info does not recommend or endorse any particular school or program.
We encourage all users to thoroughly research any school they are planning on attending. Tuition, accreditation, graduation rates, and job placement scores should all be considered before committing to an educational institution. All schools have a series of actions and results that they are required to post under the U.S. Department of Education’s Student Right-to-Know Act. It is the responsibility of the user to ensure that they are making an informed decision.
Our site is always free to use and there is no commitment required. We hope that you will find it useful. If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, please use the form below to reach out to us, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Why can I access your services free of charge?
We’ve built a solid relationship with the schools we profile. They pay us to be featured on our website, knowing that we are committed to providing individuals who are interested in researching relevant educational programs and professions. This relationship with these colleges and universities allows us to provide comprehensive degree and career information to you free of charge.
Do you provide information on all sonography schools?
No, though we do try and offer information on a wide range of online and campus schools, both large and small, across the country. Concentrations and majors range from diagnostic medical sonography to medical assisting, healthcare management, and more.
Is it worth it for me to complete a sonography or healthcare degree, and does it guarantee a career?
It is important for us to let you know that completing a degree in any field does not guarantee employment in the career you are initially striving towards, or any career for that matter. However like any success in life, starting a career takes commitment and persistence so you are able to overcome barriers, such as low employment rates and competition.
If and when I do successfully start a medical sonography or healthcare, what kind of salary will I earn?
There is no salary guarantee; the money you earn can vary greatly by degree, the school you attended, your geographic location, and who you work for, among other factors.
When we provide salary statistics, they always come from either the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), or Career OneStop. The BLS is a reputable source that provides salary information across the country. The BLS also presents data on employment levels and projections. Visiting their website (www.bls.gov) you can look up salary information by major occupation group as well as for each individual career.
Career OneStop is sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor, and provides salary statistics and tools for researching and advancing a career.
How are you different from similar websites?
We pride ourselves on not only providing a forum to easily access information from individual colleges and universities, and not limiting our content to basic career and degree information (although this is an important component of our website).
We also delve deeper, striving to put ourselves in your shoes. This means our pages, articles and interviews also explore what it is genuinely like to work in a particular occupation, as well as social, economic, historical and even philosophical themes tied to completing these degrees and pursuing these types of careers.
We are open to hearing your ideas and questions which can form the basis of future content for our website.