Sonography students can pursue either a degree or a certificate. They can specialize in one or two concentrations, including general, vascular or cardiac sonography.
Related Majors, Minors, and Concentrations
Students may also be interested in other Health Sciences programs, such as nursing or clinical laboratory science.
What can I expect to learn in the Sonography program at GW?
GW’s sonography program places heavy emphasis on both practical and didactic education in abdominal, OB/GYN, vascular and cardiac sonography. Students enrich their learning with clinical rotations. Degree-option students also study management, health policy and health care trends.
What is the Sonography community like at GW?
The sonography community is a diverse, passionate and highly motivated group of full-time students committed to an intense, demanding program that combines weekend lectures with weekday clinical rotations.
What can I do in the Sonography field?
Graduates have a wide array of career options. The field of diagnostic imaging is dynamically expanding into veterinary, emergency, ophthalmic, musculoskeletal, neonatal and intraoperative imaging, even as it retains its roots in abdominal, cardiac, vascular and obstetric imaging.