Diagnostic Medical Sonographer Completion (Acc)
Concordia’s Diagnostic Medical Sonography Completion Program offers professionals already credentialed to practice Diagnostic Medical Sonography the opportunity to transfer previous knowledge and credits into Concordia’s completion program; so you can earn your degree faster. We will match you with an academic advisor to determine how many credits you are able to transfer, and get you started on your journey to growing your career. We understand that you are a busy working professional. That is why this program provides flexible learning options. Each course lasts 6 or 8 weeks (depending on the given format). You will benefit from coursework that is founded on a Christ-centered education.
What to Expect
Learn to communicate effectively and work collaboratively with others in your field. Through this program you will demonstrate the ability to think rationally and critically, to analyze and to research a problem, and to propose potential solutions. You’ll also come out with a better understanding of the ethical responsibilities of health care from a Christian perspective.
With this degree, you will be elligible to apply for advancement opportunities including but not limited to:
Healthcare Leadership Roles
Healthcare Commercial Equipment Applications
This degree completion program can be completed in a year and a half or less. We encourage you to select a minor that will help you fulfill the total number of credits (120) needed for graduation. You can transfer up to 84 credits. You will complete the Concordia core curriculum and electives, in addition to the credits transferred, to complete your bachelor’s degree in Diagnostic Medical Sonography.
|Post-Traditional Transfer Core||30|
|DMS Transfer Credits||59|
|Required Core Courses|
|Communication & Language|
or COMM 201
Students must already be a licensed DMS to apply to the completion program.
- Submit the online application along with a non-refundable $60 application fee at www.cuw.edu/apply.
- Official transcripts from all post-secondary institutions attended. In cases where the student has less than 60 transferable credits, an official high school transcript or proof of GED must also be submitted. Students will be required to have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.00 or above.
- Copy of current license.
When an applicant’s file is complete, the file is forwarded to the Admission Committee for review. The Admission Committee can make one of four decisions. An official decision letter is sent to the applicant, giving the decision of the Admission Committee.
- The student is fully admitted to the program.
- The student is admitted as a conditional student whose admission and/or continuation in the program is contingent upon meeting certain conditions that are stipulated in the acceptance letter the student receives.
- The student is denied admission.*
*If an applicant is denied and is eligible to appeal, they must write a letter to the program director stating their intentions and reasons for appealing the decision.