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Department of Diagnostic Ultrasound
901 12th Ave. P.O. Box 222000Seattle, WA 98122-1090
1020 East Jefferson
Seattle, WA 98122
A detailed listing of the degree requirements, prerequisites and course descriptions can be found in the Catalog.
In order to earn the Bachelor of Diagnostic Ultrasound degree, students must complete a minimum of 180 credits with a cumulative and a major GPA of 2.5 . In addition, Diagnostic Ultrasound students must receive a grade of C or better in all required major courses.
Seattle University Undergraduate Learning Objectives
Diagnostic Ultrasound Undergraduate Learning Objectives
The Diagnostic Ultrasound program is a cohort format in which students must take all of the ultrasound courses in the prescribed order and with the group of students with whom they entered with. The ultrasound curriculum must be completed in two years . Please note that summer classes are necessary to complete the curriculum in two years.
A student’s actual plan of study may vary from this example due to prior educational experience or individual goals. This plan of study assumes that the student is transferring to Seattle University with a transferable associate’s degree and has completed all Diagnostic Ultrasound major prerequisites. All Math requirements must be within the last 10 years, and science requirements must be taken within the last 5 years.
Transfer students should contact the Admissions Office regarding community college course equivalencies. Course equivalencies can also be found on the Washington Community College Transfer Guide and out of state Transfer Equivalencies links on the Office of the Registrar's homepage. Transcripts cannot be evaluated by the program staff or faculty. This process is completed by the Evaluators in the Registrar's office. Students that have English as a second language please note you must complete the TOEFL exam before the application deadline.
Typical Two Year Program of Study for Transfer students.
The Diagnostic Ultrasound program is a cohort format in which students must take all of the ultrasound courses in the prescribed order and with the group of students with whom they entered with. The ultrasound curriculum must be completed in two years. Please click on the link below:
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