Diagnostic Medical Sonography
In cooperation with Vanderbilt University, Austin Peay State University offers an 18-month program in diagnostic medical sonography. Students complete the first three years of study at APSU and, upon acceptance, complete the fourth year of their Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Technology through Vanderbilt University’s School of Diagnostic Medical Sonography. In addition to receiving a Certificate in General Sonography, graduates will be eligible to apply for certification exams administered by the American Registry of Diagnostic Medical Sonography.
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PROGRAM AT A GLANCE
Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Technology
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Must be eligible for B.S. in Radiologic Technology upon completion of the program. Based on scholastic background, personal evaluations and motivation: a grade-point average of 3.0 (on a 4.0 scale) is recommended, but an average above 2.5 will be considered. A minimum of a C in all core courses is required.
18-month curriculum program including six rotations; begins in September
Due by February 15 of the year in which the student will begin the program. Submit to APSU Director of Radiologic Technology. To download an application, visit Vanderbilt's Diagnostic Medical Sonography site, or contact Program Director Jill D. Webb at (615)343-0905.
Vanderbilt’s program tuition is $12,500 for full curriculum ($3,125 per rotation). Payment plans are available.
For more information, contact Amy Freshley Lebkuecher at (931) 221-7240.