Associate of Applied Science Diagnostic Sonography Outcomes
By the end of the program, students will…
- Demonstrate adequate and professional written and oral communication skills.
- Apply patient care methods appropriate to an entry-level sonographer.
- Apply mathematical computations in abdominal, superficial, and vascular sonography and Doppler measurements.
- Analyze human gross and sectional anatomy as required in the ultrasound exam.
- Exercise appropriate judgment of machine instrumentation and the use of electronic controls in the optimization of the digital exam.
- Apply the principles of acoustical physics and Doppler ultrasound theory and proficiency to the ultrasound exam.
- Integrate pertinent patient history using supporting scientific and clinical data including observations made during the procedure for presentations to the interpreting physician.
- Recognize abdominal, superficial, and vascular pathology and exercise appropriate judgment and critical thinking in obtaining ultrasound images for the interpreting physician.
- Demonstrate professional and ethical judgment and behaviors with the healthcare team, patients, and co-workers.
- Apply global and cultural awareness within the community and the health care setting.
- Prepare competent, entry-level general sonographers in the cognitive (knowledge), psychomotor (skills), and affective (behavior) learning domains.
Owosso Campus Diagnostic Medical Sonography
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