BS 2-Year Transfer Program of Study

Suggested Plan of Study for Junior Transfer and Post-Baccalaureate Degree Students

A student's actual plan of study may vary due to prior educational experience or individual goals. 

Degree Requirements

Credits: minimum of 180 credits
Credits in major: 130
GPA cumulative minimum: 2.5
Prerequisite GPA: 2.5

*Students must first earn a GPA minimum cumulative of 2.5 and a GPA minimum of 2.5 in pre-requisite courses to begin major.

Curriculum Notes

  • All major courses must be graded "C" (2.0) or better.
  • Students begin their Diagnostic Ultrasound coursework in their junior year after successful completion of general and prerequisite requirements. Students enter the program as a cohort, or class, and progress through their course of study together. Courses in the curriculum are integrated and must be taken in order.
  • Students choose to pursue either a General Vascular (GV) or Cardiovascular (CV) track of study. Starting Fall 2022 students will choose to pursue either a General (G), Vascular (V), or Cardiac (C) track of study.
  • For complete information on courses, prerequisites, etc, use this information in conjunction with the online Catalog ( for the current year.

Application Requirements

The example below assumes that you enter SU with junior standing (at least 90 credits), or have earned either a transferable Associate of Arts or Bachelor’s degree. Additionally, it assumes you have successfully completed the following prerequisite courses:

  • BIOL 2200 Anatomy and Physiology I with lab
  • BIOL 2210 Anatomy and Physiology II with lab
  • PHYS 1050 Mechanics (algebra-based) with lab
  • PHYS 1060 Waves, Sound, Electricity, and Magnetism (algebra-based) with lab
  • MATH 1021 Precalculus Algebra
  • MATH 1022 Precalculus Trigonometry

Questions about Prerequisites or Transfer Application Process?

Course equivalencies can be found on the Washington State Community College Transfer Guide or the Transfer Equivalencies Guide.

Visit How to Apply for more information about the application process and requirements or email the Undergraduate Admissions Office at

Your personal program of study may vary from this due to prior educational experience or individual goals. This program of study is subject to change.

2-Year Program of Study

All students select either a cardiac/vascular sonography or general/vascular sonography track focus.

G=General/Vascular track courses
C=Cardiac/Vascular track courses

Fall QuarterWinter QuarterSpring Quarter
DIUS 3040 Pathophysiology (4)
DIUS 3060 Anatomical Cross-Sections (1)
DIUS 3250 Vascular Sonography I (3)
DIUS 3310 Abdominal Sonography I (3)
DIUS 3320 Echocardiography I (3)
DIUS 3260 & 3460 Vascular Sonography II w Lab (5)
DIUS 3500 Ultrasound Physics (3)
DIUS 3700 Global Perspectives in Health (4)
DIUS 3370 & 3410-G Abdominal Sonography II w Lab -OR-
DIUS 3600 & 3420-C Echocardiography II w Lab (5)
UCOR 2XXX University Core (5)
DIUS 3270 & 3470 Vascular Sonography III w Lab (5)
DIUS 3750 Ultrasound Instrumentation (4)
DIUS 3380 & 3400 -G OB/Gyn Sonography I w Lab -OR-
DIUS 3610 & 3430-C Echocardiography III (5)
Total Credits: 14 Total Credits: 17 Total Credits: 19
Summer Quarter
UCOR 2XXX University Core (5)
UCOR 2XXX University Core (5)*
*not required for Post-Bac
Total Credits for Transfer: 10
Total Credits for Post-Bac: 5
Fall QuarterWinter QuarterSpring Quarter
DIUS 4710 Internship I (8)
DIUS 4870 Senior Seminar I (2)
DIUS 4880 Senior Thesis (2)
DIUS 4720 Internship II (8)
DIUS 4870 Senior Seminar II (2)
DIUS 4880 Senior Thesis (2)
DIUS 4730 Internship III (10)
DIUS 4870 Senior Seminar III (2)
Total Credits: 12 Total Credits: 12 Total Credits: 12
Summer Quarter
DIUS 4740 Internship IV (8)
DIUS 4870 Senior Seminar IV (2)
Total Credits: 10

University CORE Module II Requirements

  • UCOR 2100 Theological Explorations
  • UCOR 2500 Philosophy of the Human Person*
  • UCOR 2920 Ethical Reasoning (Health Care Ethics)

*not required for Post-Bac

Work closely with your academic advisor to plan your program of study and the other co-curricular components of your educational plan. 

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