Arizona Sonography Schools.
Sonography schools in Arizona offer students two and four-year programs in diagnostic medical sonography in preparation for a career as a sonographer. Sonographers also use ultrasound equipment to monitor the health of pregnant women and their baby, and look at other internal body structures, such as kidneys, hearts, and eyes. The most prevalent programs award two-year associate’s degrees. Admission is competitive as program administrators choose the most qualified applicants based upon their performance on application requirements. The average diagnostic medical sonographer makes and annual salary of $53,000-$74,000. The Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts that the occupation will grow by 18% through 2018.
List of Sonography Technician Schools in Arizona
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