Diagnostic Medical Sonography
Admission Requirements for any Specialty Track:
- Graduate from an accredited Radiography program. Students in their final months of study may apply.
- Current certification by the ARRT.
- Undergraduate cumulative GPA of at least 2.5 on a 4.0 scale.
- Radiography program GPA of at least 3.0 on a 4.0 scale.
Successful completion of 21 semester hours at an accredited college or university including:
Language / Social Sciences (9 semester hours)
- Written or Oral Communication required
- Course work meeting this requirement may include but is not limited to literature, composition, foreign language, philosophy, psychology, sociology, art, history, religion.
Mathematics (3 semester hours)
- College Algebra, Statistics or higher mathematics
Natural Sciences (9 semester hours)
- General college-level physics and/or radiographic physics required
- Human anatomy and physiology required
- Course work meeting this requirement may include, but is not limited to biology, chemistry, or earth science.
Requirements are subject to change. Grades lower than a "C-" will not transfer to UNMC for credit. [Exceptions to this policy due to COVID-19]
Students are asked for their specialty track (General or Cardiovascular) and campus location preference during the application process. Enrollment in each specialty track and at each campus is limited. The admissions committee, composed of program faculty and administration, evaluates the qualifications of each applicant and makes the final selections for admission, specialty track and campus location. Accepted students will be required to complete a background check and substance abuse testing prior to program matriculation. Additional requirements may vary by clinical site. DMS Admissions Policies are in the CAHP Handbook.