Program Summary

Bachelor of Science in Diagnostic Ultrasound

Program Summary

As a student of our Bachelor of Science in Diagnostic Ultrasound program, you will join a community of faculty and students dedicated to your success. No matter what track you pursue, your program of study will include foundational courses in math, biology, physics, chemistry and UCORR. In your third and fourth years, you will take higher level courses that focus on your specific track within the DIUS program.

If you are a transfer or post-baccalaureate student, we have developed plans of study that allow you to dive into the foundational and DIUS courses you need to earn your degree.

To complete your degree, you will:

  • Complete a minimum 180 credits
  • Hold a cumulative and major GPA of 2.50 or higher
  • Receive a C or better in all required major courses

Clinical Internships

In your last year, you will spend 12 months in a clinical setting as you complete a supervised internship to gain relevant hands-on experience. Students often divide their internship into six month increments to gain a wider and more varied understanding of the practice. With more than 100 sites available, you can apply to internships across the United States.

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Diagnostic Ultrasound Information Session recorded Fall 2019

DIUS Program Outcomes

2018

Attrition: 
0%

Credential Rate: 
100%

Job Placement: 
100%

2017

Attrition: 
0%

Credential Rate: 
100%

Job Placement: 
100%

2016

Attrition:
0%

Credential Rate:
100%

Job Placement:
100%

2015

Attrition:
17%
Credential Rate: 
84%
Job Placement: 
84%

2014

Attrition:
12%
Credential Rate:
87%
Job Placement:
87%

2013

Attrition:
11%

Credential Rate:
94%

Job Placement:
100%

2012

Attrition:
12%

Credential Rate:
87%

Job Placement:
87%