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Diagnostic Medical Sonography Program, General Concentration

Selective Admission Criteria

Admission to the Diagnostic Medical Sonography Program General Concentraton is selective. Students must have successfully completed high school or college algebra and chemistry with a "C" or better and have an ACT score on file with the college.

High school students will be evaluated on their:

  • grade point average,
  • the grade point average of their math and science coursework,
  • their ACT score and
  • their ACT subscores in science reasoning and math.

College students are those applicants who have completed 12 or more credit hours of coursework within the program with 4 or more of those hours in math or science. They will be evaluated on their:

  • total number of hours completed within the program,
  • their grade point average,
  • the grade point average of their math and science coursework and
  • their ACT score.

New applicants to the Diagnostic Medical Sonography Program General Concentraton must be admitted to the college and may take prerequisite and non-clinical courses in preparation for the selective admission application to the program. Students should meet with a health advisor to develop an academic plan that will guide them toward their goals.


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