Now You Can Earn an Associate’s Degree in Sonography at P.I.T. Learn How

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A diagnostic medical sonographer using medical equipment.

The Pennsylvania Institute of Technology in Media is hosting a virtual information session Feb. 15 on its Sonography Associate’s Degree program.

P.I.T. has developed a comprehensive program that allows students to obtain an Associate’s Degree in Sonography in two years.

Classes begin July 2022.

Sonographers are highly skilled professionals who use imaging equipment that emits sound waves directed towards 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.

During the information session, you will have an opportunity to meet Denise Boyle, program director of the Sonography Associate’s Degree program, as well as Clinical Coordinator Marie Ruoff.

Attendees will also learn about P.I.T.’s admission process, courses required, outcomes beyond graduation and more.

About Denise Boyle

Denise Boyle has been a licensed sonographer for over 20 years. She started her career with an Associate’s Degree in Radiology from Hahnemann Hospital.

Continuing her education at Albert Einstein Medical Center she became registered in Abdominal and OB/GYN sonography. She finished her Master’s with a degree in Healthcare Administration.

Over the years she has worked in many aspects of clinical, managerial, and educational ultrasound. She is a member of the Society of Diagnostic Medical Sonographers.

About Marie Ruoff

Marie Ruoff has most recently served as a clinical instructor for a Radiologic Technology program in Bucks County.

She brings many years of experience working clinically and as an adjunct associate.

Marie obtained her Bachelor’s Degree in Science from Drexel University. She is a Registered Radiologic Technologist and a Sonographer. She is registered in abdominal, OB/GYN and vascular sonography. 

Whether employed as a staff sonographer or supervisor, she has always included education as part of her daily routine.

A Virutal Information Session

Find out more about P.I.T.’s Diagnostic Medical Sonography Associate’s Degree Program at a virtual Zoom event Feb. 15 from 5 to 6 p.m.

You can register 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 the email let P.I.T. know by emailing info@pit.edu.

Find out more about the Pennsylvania Institute of Technology.

Here’s a short video and campus tour of the Pennsylvania Institute of Technology in Media.

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