Minnesota Sonography Schools.
Sonography schools in Minnesota prepare students for a career as a medical diagnostic sonographer. Sonographers utilize ultrasound technology to create detailed images of internal soft tissues of the human body for diagnostic reasons. The majority of sonography programs offer two-year associate’s degrees. Major courses include medical terminology, anatomy and physiology, abdominal sonography, ultrasound technology, obstetrical sonography, and pathophysiology. The median 50% of sonographers make an annual salary of $53,000-$74,000 based upon full time employment. The occupation is expected to grow at twice the rate of the average occupation through 2018, based upon the most current data from the United States Department of Labor.
List of Sonography Technician Schools in Minnesota
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