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Certificate in Diagnostic Ultrasound Technology (General and Vascular)

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Certificate Program Requirements

The student spends 40 hours a week  in the 18-month program, with time divided between classroom courses and clinical application. Didactic studies include courses in medical law and ethics, introduction to sonography, sonography principles and instrumentation, abdomen, OB/GYN, small parts, neurosonology, and vascular technology.

Curriculum

First Year, Fall Semester   First Year, Spring Semester  

UTEC 050 Introduction to Diagnostic Ultrasound and Medical Law and Ethics for the Imaging Professional (4.2)

 

1.5
UTEC 060 Advanced Physics and Instrumentation 2.4
UTEC 053 Abdominal I Sonography 1.6
UTEC 061 Obstetrical Sonography 1st Trimester  1
UTEC 054 Small Parts Sonography I  2 UTEC 062 Abdominal Sonography II 2.9
UTEC 055 Gynecologic Sonography 1.75
UTEC 063 Obstetrical Sonography 2nd and 3rd Trimester  2.4
UTEC 056 Clinical Internship I and Equipment Orientation 6.7
UTEC 064 Small Parts Sonography II  1
    UTEC 065 Vascular Physics  1
    UTEC 066 Clinical Internship II  6.7
Summer Session      
UTEC 070 Abdominal Sonography III 1.3
   
UTEC 071 Vascular Technology  3.75    
UTEC 072 Clinical Internship III  6.8    
Second Year, Fall Semester   Second Year, Spring Semester  
UTEC 080 Senior Seminar and Review I 5
UTEC 090 Senior Seminar and Review II  3
UTEC 081 Clinical Internship IV  7.1 UTEC 091 Clinical Internship V  3.8

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