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A sonographer uses ultrasound to look at a woman's thyroid

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    Questions about admission requirements and transcript review?

    Ask Michelle, Bill or Megan

    Other questions?

    Contact Cassandra Stein – Program Director


    Health Science Building 9
    SCC Campus

    Additional Application Requirements

    Program start: Fall (competitive entry)
    Pre-requisites: Yes
    Program length: 7 quarters
    Number of students each start: 16
    Contact: Michelle Gendusa 509-533-8196 | Bill Rambo 509-533-7038 | Megan Fadeley 509-533-7039
    Applications deadline: June 30th
    More information and application packet found below.


    If you are investigative and you want to help in the diagnosis of a patient’s illness or injury, a career in sonography might be right for you.

    Sonography is a medical imaging procedure that uses high frequency sound waves to produce images of organs, tissues or blood flow inside the body. This accredited program prepares you to use ultrasound machines and other specialized equipment to perform diagnostic exams on patients. You’ll study normal and abnormal anatomy, pathophysiology of the abdomen, small body parts, OB/GYN and vascular structures.

    Whether you want to work in a large hospital system, at an outpatient imaging center or at a specialty office, this program will provide you with the knowledge and hands-on clinical skills to enter the sonography workforce within 21 months.


    Please see more information about this program in our Diagnostic Medical Sonography Program Information packet.