(found 2 schools, updated in December 2016)
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Sonography Training Programs in Delaware 2017
As of 2017, Delaware has two ultrasound schools offering training programs which are accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP). Between the two schools there are three options. Students can earn an Associate degree with a general ultrasound technology concentration, an Associate degree with a vascular concentration, or an Associate degree with a cardiac concentration. Specializing through cardiac or vascular sonography training can significantly increase earnings beyond the state average. Delaware employers recognize the importance of credentialing, so sonographers earning degrees or finishing their training should take the next step and get ARDMS certified. Once credentialed, there are jobs available in hospitals, health care centers and physician offices.
Salaries and Career Outlook for Sonographers in Delaware
The Delaware Department of Labor statistics project steady growth in the number of Diagnostic Medical Sonography positions. As of 2015, there were 150 positions and by 2020 it is expected there will be 287 jobs. In 2015, the typical annual salary for ultrasound technicians in Delaware is $71,910 which is average for diagnostic medical sonographers. The city where the sonographer works influences the average salary earned. | See Job Openings
Best Sonography Schools in Delaware in 2017
Delaware Technical Community College-Wilmington
Address: Riverside MAC, Suite 101, 700 West Lea Blvd
Contact Person: Lily O. Lee
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact Phone: (302) 320-4548
Program: Accredited Associates Degree Program in General Sonography, Accredited Associates Degree Program in Cardiac Sonography, Accredited Associates Degree Program in Vascular Sonography
Accreditation: CAAHEP Accredited and ARRT Recognized
Program Length: 6 semesters
Application Deadline: February 1st (admission process in this PDF file.)
Estimated Tuition, Fees and Costs: $1,629 college tuition per semester, $35 per semester (including student services fee and registration fee), $9 per credit (program support), $300 (shoes, uniforms etc.), $1,200 (books), $700 (ARDMS exam fees), $108 (background check, drug test, fingerprinting), $25 (graduation fee), $75 (professional society membership fee)
Delaware Technical Community College-Owens
Address: 21179 College Drive Owens Campus
Contact Person: Elena Guyer
Contact Email: email@example.com
Contact Phone: (302) 259-6683
Program: Associates Degree Program in Diagnostic Medical Sonography
Program Length: 6 semesters with 79 credits
Main Courses: Anatomy and Physiology, Medical Terminology, OB/GYN Sonography, Clinical Sonography, Composition and Research, General Psychology, Pediatric Sonography, Essentials in Vascular and more
Application Period: November 1st to February 1st
Estimated Tuition, Fees and Costs: $1,584 college tuition per semester, $35 per semester (including student services fee and registration fee), $7.75 per credit (program support), $250 (shoes, uniforms etc.), $1,200 (books), $700 (ARDMS exam fees), $108.75 (background check, drug screening), $25 (graduation fee), $50 (CPR Certification), $75 (professional society membership fee), $100 (physical not including immunizations)
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