Learn About P.I.T.’s Diagnostic Medical Sonographer Program at Nov. 22 Session

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A diagnostic medical sonographer using medical equipment.

The Pennsylvania Institute of Technology in Media is hosting a virtual information session Monday, Nov. 22 at 5 p.m. for anyone who would like to find out how P.I.T. can help them become a Diagnostic Medical Sonographer.

The session will run from 5 to 6 p.m.

During the session, you will learn about the school’s new Diagnostic Medical Sonography Program.

You can gather program-specific details about the admission process, including how to transfer credits, what documents are required, pre-requisites, and more.

The session also gives you a chance to meet the program director, Denise Boyle, as well as program instructors and the Director of Admissions & Financial Aid, Laura Blomgren.

You can register for the information session here.

Once you have registered for this event you will receive a confirmation email with a Zoom link to attend. If you do not receive an email, send an email to info@pit.edu.  

Being a Diagnostic Medical Sonographer

You can make a difference as a Diagnostic Medical Sonographer and join one of the fastest-growing fields in health care!

The Diagnostic Medical Sonography Program at P.I.T. is committed to serving the local community and students by providing the training and proper education needed to fulfill the duties of a diagnostic medical sonographer.

The program is committed to graduate students capable of attaining the status of Registered Diagnostic Medical Sonographer.

Ultrasound is commonly used to monitor fetal growth along with imaging the heart, the abdomen, gynecological, vascular, and musculoskeletal systems.

Sonographers are highly skilled professionals who use imaging equipment that emits sound waves directed toward internal organs, blood vessels, tissues, and other structures.

They can work in hospitals, clinics, or private practices to help physicians gather data needed to reach diagnostic decisions. Physicians heavily rely on sonographers to be the “eyes” inside the patient and aid in early diagnosis.

Program graduates will be prepared to do general sonography. With additional training, graduates can perform cardiac sonography, vascular technology, and other sub-specialties.

About P.I.T.

The Pennsylvania Institute of Technology is a private non-profit college that offers an education for career development and advancement, college transfer opportunities, and personal growth. 

Students enrolled at P.I.T. have access to two-year associate degrees, two one-year career certificate courses, and two Bachelor’s degree programs.  

Find out more about the Pennsylvania Institute of Technology.

P.I.T. welcomes you to join their family in this brief introductory video.

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