Program goals:
To prepare competent entry-level Cardiac Sonographers in the cognitive (knowledge), psychomotor (skills), and affective (behavior) learning domains.

This degree plan is designed to prepare individuals for a career as a Diagnostic Cardiac Sonographer (Echocardiographer) through classroom study and a supervised clinical experience. The Echocardiology technologist performs cardiovascular examinations to produce a picture of a heart and great vessels using high-frequency sound waves. These examinations are used to diagnose congenital heart disease, valvular disease, pericardial disease, cardiomyopathy, and other cardiovascular disorders. Types of examinations include 2D and 3D Echo, M-mode and color flow Doppler, as well as Transesophageal and Stress Studies. The Echocardiographer may work in hospitals, clinics and physicians’ offices.


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Sonography Advisement
Tues April 10 @ 9:00am
Mon April 16 @ 9:00am
Wed April 18 @ 10:00am
Wed April 25 @ 9:00am
Mon April 30 @ 10:00am
Fri May 4 @ 9:30am
Mon May 7 @ 9:00am
Thur May 10 @ 11:00am
Mon June 11 @ 9:00am
Wed June 13 @ 9:00am

Sessions will be held in the MPC building Room 150.

Call for details:
409.839.2924 or 409.839.2923

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