Listed below are all of the accredited schools in Georgia that offer ultrasound or sonography degree or certificate programs.
Georgia is a fairly large state, stretching from the Appalachian Mountains in the north to the Atlantic Ocean in the southeast. Though the state has many major metropolitan areas, Atlanta is by far the largest of these. The city is home to many international businesses, research institutions and medical centers, in addition to being an important transportation and communication Mecca. For those wanting a more rural lifestyle, south Georgia has many small farming towns, and Savannah offers coastal living and a fascinating history.
Ultrasound/Sonography Education in Georgia
Georgia’s technical schools and community colleges offer residents a wide range of training options in sonography, radiology and cardiovascular imaging. Many of the programs are highly specialized, so those wishing to pursue very specific aspects of a field should consider training in the state.
Outlook for Ultrasound/Sonography Careers in Georgia
Career opportunities in ultrasound technology abound throughout Georgia. Cardiovascular technicians and sonographers are both in high demand, and the field of radiology employs several thousand technicians in the state. Sonographers earn an average of $58,470 per year, while radiologic and cardiology technicians average around $50,000 (Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2010 data).