All students will be considered matriculating at Widener University, while enrolled in the Diagnostic Medical Sonography (DMS) program. Students will receive either a bachelor degree or post-baccalaureate certificate from Widener or those enrolled in imaging degree programs from outside schools will transfer their DMS credits back to their home institution to receive their degree. A certificate from Crozer, the DMS sponsor, will also be awarded to the students.
Students will need to successfully complete all components of the program within the strictly scheduled five semester time-period to graduate.
Students are also required to sit for the national registry boards in physics, abdomen, and ob/gyn, in order to graduate. This timeline will be provided by the program director, after completion of 12-months in the program.