The Diagnostic Medical Sonography (DMS) Program at the University of Southern Indiana provides a curriculum which includes didactic courses in conjunction with laboratory and clinical experiences. The DMS curriculum consists of 2 years of prerequisite general education courses, 1 year of general sonography course work and 1 year of EITHER vascular sonography or cardiac sonography course work. Completion of these 4 years results in a Bachelor of Science degree. The student will be eligible to apply for credentialing examinations administered by the American Registry for Diagnostic Medical Sonography (ARDMS).
All new and transfer students must complete the prerequisite courses (shaded in gray) with a grade of C or better PRIOR to submitting application for admission. Refer to the DMS curriculum plan for prerequisite courses and degree requirements.
Only currently enrolled students should refer to the DMS UCC Curriculum.
Degree requirements for the Diagnostic Medical Sonography program can also be found in the USI Bulletin.