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Program Overview

A diagnostic technique ideally used for medical imaging procedures is Diagnostic Medical Sonography (DMS), also known as ultrasound. It is an effective tool that can provide a great deal of information regarding the human body. The images obtained from this test aid in treating disorders such as tumor, cancer, kidney or bladder stones, blood clots, and several other abnormalities. 

Students enrolled in the diagnostic medical sonographer diploma provide detailed training on how the ultrasound technique works. It will equip them to understand and adjust the frequency per the diagnosis requirements and check if the results are accurate. After completing the diagnostic medical sonographer program, graduates will be able to pursue a career as an ultrasound technician, sonography specialist, and medical imaging assistant.

Program Learning Outcomes

The Stellar Career College diagnostic medical sonographers programs Indiana aim to train you with basic and fundamental knowledge of performing ultrasounds by understanding the actual functionality of transducer and an ultrasound machine. In addition, our diploma in diagnostic medical sonographer also offers a real-world extensive clinical experience.

The students of diagnostic medical sonography program will be able to:

  • Learn how to use/operate the machine.
  • Learn how to enter patients’ data and information.
  • Learn how to adjust/modify the depth measurement.
  • Learn how to change/adjust the frequency.
  • Learn how to show indicator orientation.
  • Learn how to save images or photographs.
  • Learn how to create objective criteria.
  • Learn how to position the patient for testing purposes properly.
  • Learn the fundamentals of accreditation bodies.
  • Learn about the ultrasound quality Control Standards (QC).

Program Program Career Opportunity 

Our diagnostic medical sonographer diploma prepares students for entry into the healthcare workforce and opens an array of career opportunities within the medicare sector. 

The potential job possibilities for graduates of diploma in diagnostic medical sonographer Indiana include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Ultrasound Technologist
  • Medical Instrument Technician (Echocardiography)
  • Rad Tech – Cardiac Sonographer
  • Cardiac Sonographer
  • Registered Vascular Technologist
  • Breast Sonographer
  • Perinatal Sonographer
  • Advanced Imaging – Ultrasound Tech Assistant

Program Course Breakdown

The ultrasound technician certificate program Indiana program includes the following courses:
Technical Courses 53 Quarter Credit Hours

Program Class Schedule 

Weekly  Orientation  Schedule:

Monday: 3 PM (virtual)
Tuesday: 11 AM (virtual)
Wednesday: 3 PM (virtual)
Thursday: 11 AM (virtual)
Friday: 10 AM (virtual)

Tentative Class Schedule:

Monday: 5:00 – 9:00 PM (virtual)

Wednesday: 5:00 – 9:00 PM (on campus)

Thursday: 5:00 – 9:00 PM (virtual)

Admission for all the Programs is Now Open!

Required On-Campus Orientation: Week of May 27th, 2024

Meet the FacultyWeek of June 24th, 2024

First Day of ClassesWeek of July 29th, 2024

Program Admission Requirements 

Any day of the week is applicable for students’ enrollment. The applicant will be notified about the next start date after their enrollment. Applicants for admission into the diploma in diagnostic medical sonographer are required to submit the following documents for admission:

  • High school diploma
  • General Education Diploma (GED)
  • College transcript
  • Equivalent certificate


  • Applicants must fill and sign an enrollment agreement that outlines their obligations toward the institute

Applicants are required to have a valid Radiology/X-Ray License to be enrolled in diagnostic medical sonographer diploma

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Enroll in Stellar Career College’s programs for ultrasound technicians Indiana and qualify as a certified sonographer in a duration of 18 months. During this time, you will attain a theoretical understanding of this diagnostic technique along with practical expertise in how to operate the ultrasound machine.
For Stellar Career College diploma in diagnostic medical sonographer, applicants must hold a high school diploma. In order to get admission, they will have to submit General Education Diploma (GED), College transcript, and Equivalent certificate.
After entering the diagnostic medical sonography field, you will perform general, vascular, cardiac, and other types of ultrasound. In addition to performing quality and accurate diagnosis, you will interpret results upon the physician’s orders. The responsibilities of a sonographer also include preparing and positioning the patients for test, adjusting machine’s settings like frequency, and storing results in accurate format.
Yes, Stellar Career College offers both didactec coursework through virtual classes and practical clinical learning through on-campus sessions that take place once or twice a week.
Yes, Stellar Career College offers financial aid for hybrid programs; however, availability is subject to eligibility criteria and region of application.
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  Program Learning Outcomes
  Program Career opportunity
  Program Course Breakdown
  Program Class Schedule
  Program Admission Requirements
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Course Duration

Duration :

18 Months

30 Semesters :

45 Quarter Credits :

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