Individuals may apply for the major of Diagnostic Ultrasound, Bachelors of Science (BS) degree as an incoming freshmen, SU change of major student (during either their freshman year or fall quarter of their sophomore year), or as junior-level transfer student from other colleges. Individuals who have already earned a bachelor's degree may apply for the Diagnostic Ultrasound Post-Baccalaureate degree or Post-Baccalaureate Certificate.
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.
Applicants for whom English is not a native language are required to provide proof of English proficiency regardless of citizenship status. Applicants must demonstrate English proficiency at non-English Language Culture Bridge program level. More information is available here.
|Biology 1610||Molecular and Cellular Biology with lab|
|Chemistry 1500 + 1501||Chemistry I with lab|
|Biology 2200||Anatomy and Physiology I with lab|
|Biology 2210||Anatomy and Physiology II with lab|
|Physics 1050||Mechanics (algebra-based) with lab|
|Physics 1060||Waves, Sound, Electricity, and Magnetism (algebra-based) with lab|
|Math 1021||Pre-calculus Algebra|
|Math 1022||Pre-calculus Trigonometry|
|English 1010 or Equivalent||Communication Course|
Cumulative and Prerequisite GPA of 2.5 higher required.
All Math coursework must be completed within 10 years of application and all Science coursework must be completed within 5 years of application.
Applications materials must be received by the deadline. Incomplete applications will not be considered.
Both applications request a list of coursework in progress, selection of Cardiac/Vascular or General/Vascular track, two letters of recommendation, and essays describing your interest in Diagnostic Ultrasound and Seattle University.