As an extension of the three week course, the three month curriculum includes additional didactics which include abdominal and gynecologic pathology. During the second and third months, an emphasis is placed on recognition of abnormal processes and collection of pertinent clinical data. Special slide modules and video tape sessions reinforce the student’s knowledge and interpretative ability. Through clinical rotations, the student works with experienced sonographers an d sonologists as he/she begins to evaluate “real life” patients. Due to the variety of rotations available, the student becomes familiar with several types of diagnostic ultrasound units while learning various techniques of departmental operations.
A distance option is available for the Three Month Course. Please refer to the Student Handbook on the right side of the page for more information.
(Classes begin quarterly – Jan., April, July and Oct.)
Prerequisites: Individuals entering this course must verify a minimum of two years of formal training in an allied health field. Acceptable disciplines include, radiological technology, nursing, respiratory therapy, etc.
Prerequisites: Formal paramedical education (2yrs.) or previous sonography experience.
Students are also required to have a background check and a drug screen once they have recieved the acceptance letter. This must be paid for in advance through www.certifiedbackground.com (These fees are paid directly to certifiedbackground.com prior to the first day of class and result are only valid for 1 year)
Package Code: NS16D-Backgroung Check with Drug Screen & immunization tracker $117.00
*Licensed by the Alabama Dept. of Postsecondary Education*
Approved by the Veteran’s Administration for 38 USC 1776 under Chapter 36, Title 33, US Code.
Approved by the Society of Diagnostic Medical Sonographers for Category A CME credits.
3 Month Tuition & Fees
Three month tuition (Aid is available upon request) $4,950.00
Technology Fee $700.00
Trajecsys (paid directly to provider) $ 75.00
**The Institute of Ultrasound Diagnostics is a private institution and requires tuition payment, in full, before the first day of class. All applications and fees must be sent one month prior to the first day of class. Special arrangements must be made directly through the corporate office at the Institute of Ultrasound Diagnostics, One Timber Way Daphne, AL 36527. If cancellation is received two weeks prior to the beginning of class, a full refund will be given. Cancellation after this time will result in the loss of the materials fee unless the attendee transfers to the next available class.
We reserve the right to cancel courses due to insufficient registrations. If the Institute cancels a course, attendees will be given the choice of transferring to a future program or a full tuition refund. Prices, schedules and CME credits subject to change without notice.
Three Month Course Schedule (2013)
January 7–March 29
April 8– June 28
July 8 – Sept. 27
Oct. 7 – Dec. 27
Three Month Course Schedule (2014)
January 6–March 28
April 7– June 27
July 7 – Sept. 26
Oct. 6 – Dec. 26