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What sets Mountain State University apart is the depth of the available online learning environment: As an MSU Online student, you'll find that your education extends far beyond the virtual classroom walls. MSU Online programs cover a broad range of academic disciplines. The purpose of each is to prepare our students for professional success. Because of its dedication to making your online student experience as rich and convenient as possible, MSU Online has built a learning environment that will give you the skills that pave the way for long-term career growth and personal satisfaction.

Diagnostic Medical Sonography:

 
Healthcare
Studies in diagnostic medical sonography are offered at the bachelorís, associate, and certificate levels. The curriculum fosters didactic and clinical skills in the application of high-frequency sound waves to image internal body structures and some of their functions for medical diagnosis.

The program is offered on the Beckley campus and online. Both campus and online students may be required to travel or relocate to complete clinical requirements.

This clinical program is designed for medical professionals and others who have completed appropriate college credits. Upon successfully completing the requirements of the program, A.S. graduates are eligible to apply to the American Registry of Diagnostic Medical Sonography (ARDMS) for examinations in physics, abdomen, and obstetrics and gynecology. Graduates who earn a B.S. are also eligible to apply for the vascular and echocardiography exams.

Mountain State University Beckley, WV
Mountain State University
609 South Kanawha Street
Beckley, WV 25801
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