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Department of Diagnostic Ultrasound
901 12th Ave. P.O. Box 222000 Seattle, WA 98122-1090
1020 East Jefferson
Seattle, WA 98122
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Individuals may apply for the major of diagnostic ultrasound as freshmen or transfer students from other colleges. Transfer applicants and change of major students will be considered according to admission requirements of the College of Science and Engineering and the department of diagnostic ultrasound. Some supplementary materials are required with transfer student applications. Applicants are encouraged to participate in volunteer or paid health care related activities that promote the development of communication and interpersonal skills and provide an opportunity to evaluate their own suitability to work with patients and the public. All majors are required to meet with program faculty prior to progressing to the third year. You may also search the 2014-2015 Seattle University Undergraduate Catalog.
The Typical Two Year Program of Study for all students
The Typical Four Year Program of Study for the Cardiac Vascular Track.
The Typical Four Year Program of Study for the General Vascular Track.
Previous Science courses must have been taken within the last 5 years, and previous Math courses must have been taken within the last 10 years.
Supplemental Application for Diagnostic Ultrasound
Seattle University Undergraduate Common, Transfer, and Supplemental Applications
Seattle University Undergraduate Common Web
For a complete list of prerequisites and course descriptions please use the link below
All prerequisites must be completed prior to beginning the junior year Diagnostic Ultrasound courses.
Prerequisites and course descriptions
Accepted students are sent copies of degree check sheets indicating remaining course work to be completed.
Transfer Guide equivalencies for Prerequisites
The next information session will be November 17, 2014 5:00-6:30pm Teilhard de Chardin Hall room 142
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