Ultrasound technicians, also known as sonographers, operate machines called sonographic scanners that create images of patients’ internal organs. They may specialize in certain areas, such as brain, breast, obstetric, or vascular sonography, and can work in various locations such as physicians’ offices, clinics, or hospitals.
$52K - 89K
- Associate Degree: Program completion within 7 semesters
- Academic Certificate: Program completion within 4 semesters